Indiana University Southeast Chancellor
- Press Release Announcing Search
- Search Committee
- Position Profile
- Press Release Regarding Appointment of Interim Chancellor
Indiana University invites applications for the position of Chancellor of the Indiana University Southeast campus. IU Southeast is one of eight campuses of Indiana University. The 178-acre campus is located in New Albany, Indiana, and has more than 7,000 students, over 600 faculty and staff, and an operating budget of more than $75 million. The campus includes five lodge-style residence halls with an additional hall approved for construction. IU Southeast is an essential educational resource and an important element of economic development primarily serving nine counties in southern Indiana and bordering counties in Kentucky, including the Greater Louisville area. The next chancellor will have the opportunity to continue the strategic development of the institution and its commitment to academic excellence. For more information about the campus, visit: www.ius.edu.
The chancellor is the chief executive officer of the IU Southeast campus, responsible for the academic programs, finances, physical plant, and external relations. The chancellor reports to the IU Executive Vice President for University Academic Affairs. He or she must have strong leadership and managerial skills and must be able to work constructively with a large number of internal and external constituencies, including students, faculty, staff, university administration, state officials, and local and regional citizens. The chancellor should possess: a terminal degree from a regionally accredited institution; a record of academic achievement necessary for appointment as a full professor at Indiana University Southeast; commitment to shared governance; administrative experience in a college or university setting; exceptional communications skills, including the ability to speak compellingly to large and small groups; successful strategic planning experience; an interest in and commitment to playing a central role in the economic, social, and cultural development of the region; experience with and a commitment to adult learners as well as traditional students; and the ability to play a central role in the campus's alumni relations and development efforts.
Review of applications and nominations will begin in August 2013 and continue until the position is filled. The expected start date for the new chancellor is July 1, 2014. Applications should include a letter of interest and curriculum vitae. Please send nominations and applications to IUSOUTHEAST@storbeckpimentel.com. The search committee is being assisted by Steve Leo and Matthew Bunting with Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates. Inquiries and questions may be conveyed via email or telephone (610-565-2910, ext. 312).
Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The university actively encourages applications and nominations of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities and applications from candidates with diverse cultural backgrounds.
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