Skip to comments.Notre Dame of Maryland University announces three finalists for president
Posted on 02/19/2014 10:45:52 AM PST by Welchie25
Notre Dame of Maryland University has announced the names of the three finalists who are vying to lead the Baltimore institution.
The finalists are Dr. Andrea Chapdelaine, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Albright College in Reading, Pa.; Dr. Sara Thompson, associate provost for new program initiatives and dean of the Metropolitan School of Professional Studies at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.; and Dr. Marylou Yam, provost and vice president for academic affairs at St. Peters University (formerly St. Peters College) in Jersey City, N.J.
The Feb. 19 announcement follows a comprehensive nationwide search and more than three months of review, discussion and interviews, according to the Baltimore institution.
As the search committee enters the final phase of the recruitment process, the finalists have been invited to campus the week of Feb. 24 for meetings with faculty, students, staff, the universitys administration, trustees and the School Sisters of Notre Dame, among others, according to the institution.
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I know Sarah Thompson...very competent.
Are there no competent men to fill this position?
okay, where’s a couple guys to go for the post? where’s the libs demanding equal treatment for guys?
How sexist! Men deserve equal standing. Also, no trannys. How disturbing.
well you think at a place that is fixated to the extreme about having equal representations of groups they’d do better.
Maryland “Freak State” PING!
It's primarily a college for women.
When I was in college many years ago it was heterosexual men who had these jobs. With normal women too but less than the men. There were zero or maybe a few female university presidents in the US
I went to a women's college that had always had male presidents and lots of male faculty. And there was lots of hitting on vulnerable teenage girls by those lofty gentlemen.
So it is better today? Or back then when college girls kept their legs crossed? Today they go on marches against what they call slut-shaming and the university admins probably join in
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