Update on College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean Finalist Interviews
Three remaining finalists for dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will participate in on-campus interviews, beginning the week of March 20.
The finalists and their interview dates are:
- Todd Armstrong, Phibro Animal Health Corporation: March 21-22
- Garey Fox, NC State University: March 23-24
- Diane Rowland, University of Maine: March 27-28
Several constituent groups will have opportunities to meet with each finalist, and the entire NC State community is invited to the following open forums, which will be held on main campus with the option to participate via Zoom webinar:
- Todd Armstrong, Phibro Animal Health Corporation – CV and March 21-22 interview schedule
Open Forum: Tuesday, March 21, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., Plant Sciences Building, Seminar Room 1322-AB, and via Zoom webinar
- Garey Fox, NC State University – CV and March 23-24 interview schedule
Open Forum: Thursday, March 23, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., Plant Sciences Building, Seminar Room 1322-BC, and via Zoom webinar
- Diane Rowland, University of Maine – CV and March 27-28 interview schedule
Open Forum: Monday, March 27, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., Plant Sciences Building, Seminar Room 1322-AB, and via Zoom webinar
Each finalist will give a presentation on “A Vision for Expanding CALS’ Success and Responsiveness in an Evolving Land-grant University Landscape,” with a question and answer session to follow. The presentations will be recorded and made available upon request at the conclusion of the last finalist interview.
The finalists’ CV and interview schedule, as well as the Go Link for each Zoom webinar, is available on the search website, which can be found here or at go.ncsu.edu/cals-search. The remaining schedules have been posted as all candidates’ names have been released.
NC State Executive Search Services will email participants separately the date, time and location for finalist interviews. The university is asking for as much in-person participation as possible, but will have virtual participation available as well.
This post was originally published in Provost's Office News.