Meet Candidates For Trumbull Dean

Three candidates for dean and chief administrative officer of Kent State University at Trumbull will be on campus the week of January 12. As part of the campus interview process, each candidate will hold a public presentation for the university community and respond to questions following their presentations.  

Candidates have been asked to discuss the following:

  • Brief biography/background.
  • Challenges facing higher education today and examples of how the candidate has faced these challenges in his current or previous positions.
  • Opportunities and challenges of a regional campus.
  • Experience/examples of interactions with the broader community in his current or previous position. 
  • Anything else the candidate would like to mention on how he will approach work specifically as dean and chief administrative officer of Kent State University at Trumbull.

All faculty, staff and students are invited to attend each of the presentations and provide their input.

     Jeffrey R. Breese, Ph.D.
     Vice President and Dean for Academic Affairs
     Manchester University

     Public Presentation:
     Monday, January 12, 2015
     10:30-11:30 am | 117 Technology Building

     Curriculum Vitae



     Lance R. Grahn, Ph.D.

     Professor, Department of History
     University of Central Arkansas

     Public Presentation:
     Wednesday, January 14, 2015
     10:30-11:30 am | 117 Technology Building

     Curriculum Vitae




     Anthony J. Kos, Ph.D.

     Special Assistant to the Dean
     Williamson College of Business Administration
     Youngstown State University

     Public Presentation:
     Friday, January 16, 2015
     10:30-11:30 am | 117 Technology Building

     Curriculum Vitae

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