As one of Miami University’s two student trustees serving on the Board of Trustees (BoT) prepares to graduate this spring, the university is looking to fill the vacancy for the next two years.
Miami University’s acceptance rate increased from roughly 65% to 75% in the last two years, as confirmed by Bethany Perkins, Miami’s director of admissions.
Miami University’s leadership has begun to plan out potential novel coronavirus outbreak procedures, as the threat of the virus continues to mount across the country and the world, with three confirmed cases in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, as of Monday, March 9.
The search committee, chaired by College of Creative Arts Dean Liz Mullinix, is composed of 11 other members. These members include professors from a variety of FSB departments, a graduate student, an undergraduate student and a member of the FSB Business Advisory Council, which is a group made up of Miami alumni who currently work in various business-related fields. Mullinix could not be reached for comment. But senior Collin O’Sullivan, the only undergraduate student on the committee, said he hopes to see a dean with “growth [and] great representation.”
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