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Montana Career Opportunity - President - University of Montana

April 24, 2017View for printing

Chartered in 1893, the University of Montana (UM) is a flagship public doctoral university devoted to providing a liberal arts education foundation, balanced with professional preparation, research, and economic development.

The University of Montana in Missoula has more than 2,900 talented faculty and staff who support and guide a student population of 12,000. UM also has administratively affiliated universities and two-year colleges in Butte, Dillon, and Helena, Montana.

This is an exciting opportunity http://www.umt.edu/president/Preside ... -Launch.pdf for an innovative, inspirational, and visionary leader with substantial knowledge and experience in higher education issues and environments. To view the advertisement and profile containing more information about the position and the application process, please click here https://www.agbsearch.com/searches/pr ... rce%20Blast

For more information about the university, visit http://www.umt.edu.

To assure best consideration, nominations and applications should be received by July 21, 2017. The new president may assume office in January 2018.

On behalf of the Montana University System Board of Regents and the University of Montana, thank you for your time and thoughtful assistance. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Jim

James H. McCormick

Senior Consultant

AGB Search

jhm@agbsearch.com

651-238-5188 (Cell)

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