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Open Forum for Final


Position of

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs


The Ad hoc Advisory
Committee for the Provost and Vice President for
Academic Affairs at Cal State L.A. announces two final candidates
for this very important post. As part of
the interview process, there will be two Open Forums
convened by Mr. Kyle Button, Vice President for
Institutional Advancement.

The public forums will be held from
1-2:30 p.m. on August 9 and 10 in the University-Student
Union Theater (first floor).

Monday, August 9

Dr. Ashish Vaidya, Ph.D.,
Professor of Economics, California State University,
Channel Islands

current bio

Tuesday, August 10

Paul Wong, Ph.D.,
Dean of the College of Arts and Letters, San Diego
State University

current bio

Those attending the forums are welcome to provide feedback on the candidates
to the Ad hoc Advisory Committee. For more information on the
forums, contact ???

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