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posted: 12/5/2012 9:20 AM

ISU hopes to have new president by next fall

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Associated Press

NORMAL -- The chairman of Illinois State University's board of trustees says his goal is to have a new ISU president on the job by next fall.

Current ISU President Al Bowman announced his retirement Monday.

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Board Chairman Michael McCuskey tells The Pantagraph that trustees are likely to hold a special meeting on Dec. 15 to launch their search for Bowman's successor.

McCuskey says they'll hire a search firm and the process should be in full swing by late January or early February.

Trustee Betty Kinser says finding Bowman's replacement is "going to take a lot of work and conscientious searching."

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