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4:56 pm
Mon May 5, 2014

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Education
4:52 pm
Thu January 2, 2014

Columbia College narrows it down to two for new President hire

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Columbia College has named the two finalists in its search for its new President. One of them will fill the position that was vacated when Dr. Gerald Brouder retired in July after leading the college for 18 years.

The finalists are Scott Dalrymple – the Dean of the School of Liberal Arts at Excelsior College in Albany New York and Randall Hanna, Chancellor of the Florida College System, which comprises 28 community and state colleges in Florida.

Michael Kateman is executive director of alumni relations at Columbia College and is a member of the search committee that chose the finalists.

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Education
3:01 pm
Tue July 30, 2013

Brouder's tenure at Columbia College comes to an end

Dr. Gerald Brouder leaves Columbia College for his retirement on July 30, 2013
Ryan Famuliner KBIA

Tuesday was the last day at work for longtime Columbia College President Dr. Gerald Brouder.

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Education
8:24 am
Mon May 6, 2013

Columbia College moves forward with presidential search

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Members of Columbia College’s presidential search committee say the college has selected the Washington D.C.-based recruiters Academic Search to help find Columbia College's next president – and the committee is aiming to introduce candidates by this Fall.

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Education
12:41 pm
Fri January 18, 2013

Columbia College announces interim president, search committee

Columbia College
Ryan Famuliner KBIA

Columbia College has named current Executive Vice President and Dean for Academic Affairs Terry Smith as its interim president. According to a press release today, when Dr. Gerald Brouder retires as President in August of this year, Smith will take over. The college has a goal of having a new president named by July 2014.

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