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Remaining candidates for NDSU presidency

The NDSU president search committee will invite these six candidates for interviews: - Dean Bresciani, former vice president for student affairs for Texas A&M University. - John Gardner, vice president for economic development and global enga...

The NDSU president search committee will invite these six candidates for interviews:

- Dean Bresciani, former vice president for student affairs for Texas A&M University.

- John Gardner, vice president for economic development and global engagement for Washington State University.

- Thomas Keon, dean of business administration for the University of Central Florida.

- Priscilla Nelson, professor of civil and environmental engineering and former provost of New Jersey Institute of Technology.

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- Benjamin Ogles, dean of arts and sciences at Ohio University.

- William Ruud, president of Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.

Committee members will do reference checks on these five candidates who were added late to the search. The committee will meet Tuesday to determine if they want to invite some or all of them for interviews.

- Richard Davenport, president of Minnesota State University, Mankato.

- Gary Miller, provost and vice president for academic affairs and research, Wichita (Kan.) State University.

- Michael O'Brien, dean of the College of Arts and Science, University of Missouri, Columbia.

- Vishwanath Prasad, vice president for research and economic development, University of North Texas, Denton.

- Colin Scanes, vice chancellor of research and economic development and dean of the graduate school, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

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