• Smith lake at UAF is frozen for the season and tracks from XC skiers already cover the surface. Photo by Olivia Baker

    Smith lake at UAF is frozen for the season and tracks from XC skiers already cover the surface. Photo by Olivia Baker

  • Autumn on the UAS Auke Lake campus. Photo by Katie Bausler

    Autumn on the UAS Auke Lake campus. Photo by Katie Bausler

  • Fresh snow adds a layer of winter charm on the trails at UAF. Photo by Olivia Baker

    Fresh snow adds a layer of winter charm on the trails at UAF. Photo by Olivia Baker

  • Snow-covered rosehips. Photo by Colleen Sackinger

    Snow-covered rosehips. Photo by Colleen Sackinger

UA President announces plan to conduct a national search to fill UAS Chancellor position

For Immediate Release
Dec. 19, 2014

UA President announces plan to conduct a national search to fill UAS Chancellor position

President Patrick K. Gamble today announced the university will conduct a national search to fill the University of Alaska Southeast chancellor’s position. Current Chancellor John Pugh will retire in May. Gamble considered input from faculty, staff, students and community members in making the decision. He noted, “We have some excellent in-state candidates who will certainly be considered in the process. I spent a couple of days meeting with various groups in Juneau, getting input on the search process and the attributes needed for the position. The important stakeholders expressed the opinion that a national search would provide an opportunity to further deepen the pool of quality applicants.”

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