TSU’s Glover stresses shared governance, search committees in filling key positions

“It’s not so much that I’m going to put my stamp [on the school], it’s really an opportunity to enhance what the university stands for,” Glover told The City Paper.

“[We’re] making sure that we have the wherewithal to provide students opportunities to graduate and become meaningfully employed in the work place. So putting people in the right place at the right time, which is now, will help tremendously.”

Most of the positions have been vacant for less than a year. The VP of Institutional Advancement was formerly known as the vice president of University Affairs and Development. When the VP of Institutional Advancement takes office at TSU, it will be the third person in that post over the course of a year.

from the Nashville City Paper

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