The search for the next UNL chancellor is expected to last approximately 6-9 months, concluding in Spring 2016. The document below describes the general steps in the search process and the anticipated timeline, subject to change.
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Applicants are advised that job application materials, such as employment applications, resumes, references letters and/or transcripts, submitted by candidates who become finalists for the position will become public records which must be disclosed upon request. According to Nebraska law, a finalist means any applicant (i) who reaches the final pool of applicants, numbering four or more, from which the successful applicant is to be selected, (ii) who is an original applicant when the final pool of applicants numbers less than four, or (iii) who is an original applicant and there are four or fewer original applicants.
University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds has publicly identified four finalists for the UNL Chancellor. The appointment of the next chancellor will be made by the president, subject to approval by the Board of Regents, following university visits that will provide opportunities for faculty, students, key constituents and members of the public to meet the finalists and offer feedback.
University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds has named an advisory committee to assist him in the search for the next chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The 25-member search advisory committee includes representatives of the faculty, staff, administration, student body, private sector and agricultural community--all key constituencies with whom the UNL chancellor regularly interacts.