Candidates Announced for Vice President, Human Resources

Dear Colleagues: 

I am pleased to announce that the two candidates for the position of vice president for human resources will be on campus this week. As part of the interview process, each candidate will participate in a public presentation, which will include remarks and a question-and-answer period. 

I encourage you to attend the following public presentations and then provide your input through the online surveys:

Becky J. Hoover
Associate Provost for Talent Development (2013-2016)
The University of Akron

Public Presentation
Thursday, May 12
9:15-10 a.m.
Library, Read Classroom/Room 1018

Curriculum Vitae 
Candidate Feedback Survey (active May 12)

Jack Witt
Vice President of Human Resources and Administration (2012-Present)
Owens Community College

Public Presentation
Friday, May 13
4-4:45 p.m.
Library, Read Classroom/Room 1018

Curriculum Vitae
Candidate Feedback Survey (active May 13)


Even though the end of the semester is near, I hope you will be able to attend the sessions for this important university position. More information about the vice president for human resources search is available online

Sincerely,

Mark M. Polatajko, Ph.D., CPA
Senior Vice President
Finance and Administration

POSTED: Friday, May 6, 2016 08:24 AM
UPDATED: Friday, March 01, 2024 04:10 PM

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