CASTLETON, Vt. — Vermont’s Castleton University has narrowed its search for president to four candidates.

The search committee says all four candidates will meet with students, faculty and members of the community in coming weeks as part of the interview process.

Vermont State Colleges Chancellor Jeb Spaulding tells the Rutland Herald (http://bit.ly/2x0Ewfw ) that the process is the same one used to find the current presidents of Johnson State College, Lyndon State College and Vermont Technical College. The job carries a salary of $160,000.

The candidates are former Keene State College President Anne Huot; founder and dean John Labrie from Northeastern University’s Toronto campus; Central Penn College President Karen Scolforo; and Steven Siconolfi, senior vice president and provost at Mansfield University.


Information from: Rutland Herald, http://www.rutlandherald.com/

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