Selecting Oregon State’s next president is an important moment in our university’s history. Among the Board of Trustees’ core values is making decisions after thoughtful and purposeful deliberation and in accordance with the university’s commitment to shared governance. In alignment with these values, the Board of Trustees would like to hear from the entire OSU community and diverse stakeholders. The Board will be gathering input at listening sessions and through an on-line survey.
Input received will help the Board develop a presidential profile, which will describe the opportunity and challenges that the next president will provide leadership in addressing and the recommended skills, attributes and credentials our next president may need to possess. Input gathered by the Board at listening sessions and through the survey will be summarized and used to inform the leadership profile, which will be posted on this webpage.
Once approved by the Board, the presidential profile will serve as the basis by which a presidential search committee recruits and identifies potential candidates starting in the fall. More information about the search process is available here.
Oregon State University’s Board of Trustees invited members of the university, stakeholders and broader community to participate in listening sessions to share their perspectives about the university’s strengths and the challenges it faces over the next five to 10 years and recommended skills, qualities and attributes that OSU’s next president should best possess. Eleven sessions were hosted at locations across the state.
Sessions hosted on the Corvallis campus were live-streamed and recordings of those sessions are linked below.
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