Finalists for KSU interim president named
FRANKFORT – The Kentucky State University Board of Regents announced today four finalists for the position of interim president of Kentucky State University. Finalists were selected from a list of candidates identified by The Registry Advisory Services, the nation’s premier placement firm for interim higher education administrators.
The candidates are Dr. James A. Anderson, Dr. Everette J. Freeman, Attorney Patricia Lofton Hardaway, and Dr. Ronald A. Johnson.
The KSU Board of Regents approved to engage the services of The Registry at a special-called Board meeting May 9.
Dr. Gerald Patton, chair of the KSU Board of Regents, said that they expect to name an interim president at a special-called Board meeting later this month.
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|ATTORNEY PATRICIA LOFTON HARDAWAY||DR. RONALD A. JOHNSON|
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