CMU Looks for new Associate Vice President for Institutional Diversity

Central Michigan University is looking for a new Associate Vice President for Institutional Diversity. The position involves creating an environment that would help expand diversity efforts on campus, while working with faculty, students, and the administration. Three finalists were selected following a national search, and each will visit the Mount Pleasant campus next month. The finalists are Lee Gill, Marco Barker, and Carolyn Dunn. All three will make appearances in the Bovee University Center for an open forum during their visit. Currently the AVP position is held by interim Traci Guinn, following former AVP Denise Green’s resignation in 2012 and move to Toronto.