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May 2, 2006 > Finalists named for Cal State East Bay Presidency

Finalists named for Cal State East Bay Presidency

by Kim Huggett

The California State University today named four finalists for the presidency of California State University, East Bay.

The four finalists and the dates they will visit the campus for all-day
meetings with various groups are:

James W. Kho, vice president of operations for DeVry University, will visit Cal State East Bay on Monday, May 8.

Lois Muir, professor of psychology and former university provost and vice president for academic affairs for the University of Montana, will visit Cal State East Bay on Tuesday, May 9.

Judy K. Sakaki, vice chancellor of student affairs for the University of California, Davis, will visit Cal State East Bay on Wednesday, May 10.

Mohammad H. Qayoumi, vice president for administration and finance for California State University, Northridge, will visit Cal State East Bay on Thursday, May 11.

Each of the four will spend a day on the campus meeting faculty, staff, students, alumni and the community. An open forum will be held daily for the campus community from 4:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. in the University Theatre. An open reception will be held daily from 5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Music and Business Building.

The new president will succeed current President Norma S. Rees, who is retiring in July. The CSU Board of Trustees will interview the four finalists on May 15 and name the new Cal State East Bay president later that week. The trustees will set the president's salary at a subsequent board meeting. The new president would begin in the summer.

 
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