Coleman appoints committee for U-M-Flint chancellor search
President Mary Sue Coleman has appointed an 11-member search advisory committee for the chancellor of U-M-Flint.
Keith Moreland, professor of accounting, School of Management, will chair the committee, which has been charged with conducting a national search to identify candidates for the position.
Committee members are:
• Sandra Alberto, administrative assistant, Thompson Center for Learning and Teaching
• Margaret Andrews, director and professor of nursing, School of Health Professions and Studies
• Jan Furman, professor of English, College of Arts and Sciences
• Robert Houbeck, director, Frances Willson Thompson Library
• Jelena Jovic, student representative
• Jeffrey Kupperman, assistant professor of education, School of Education and Human Services
• Maureen Smyth, senior vice president, programs and communications, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
• Barry Trantham, vice president Municipal Banking, J. P. Morgan Chase & Company
• Stephen Turner, associate professor of computer science, Department of Computer Science, Engineering Science and Physics, College of Arts and Sciences
On Sept. 27, Coleman hosted an open forum at the campus to gather input from faculty, staff, students, alumni and the Flint community regarding the upcoming search.
"This search is vitally important to the future direction of U-M-Flint," Coleman said. "The caliber of our search committee informs me that we will find outstanding candidates for U-M-Flint's sixth chancellor."
The committee will accept suggestions or nominations for candidates by e-mail to email@example.com or by writing to Lisa Connolly, Office of the President, 2048 Fleming Administration Building. Information also can be faxed to (734) 936-3529.