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Consultant hired to search for N.D. university system chancellor

DICKINSON -- North Dakota's Board of Higher Education is hiring a consultant to start the search for a new university system chancellor. The AGB Search firm in Washington, D.C., will be paid $65,000 to help recruit a successor for William Goetz. ...

DICKINSON -- North Dakota's Board of Higher Education is hiring a consultant to start the search for a new university system chancellor.

The AGB Search firm in Washington, D.C., will be paid $65,000 to help recruit a successor for William Goetz. Goetz is retiring in August 2012.

One of the consultants is James McCormick. He is a former chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system.

The Board of Higher Education is meeting at Dickinson State University today.

The board also appointed a 16-member search committee to screen applicants for the chancellor's job.

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It includes three board members and four of North Dakota's college presidents.

The chancellor is the top administrator of North Dakota's university system. It includes 11 public colleges.

Copyright 2011 The Associated Press.

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