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Search for distance education administrator reopened

A search has been reopened for a vice provost for distance education at New Mexico State University, according to search committee chair, Robert Moulton, dean of the College of Education.

ition reports to the provost and is responsible for coordinating and expanding the university's advanced learning technology programs on campus and at remote sites, Moulton said. The vice provost is also responsible for all continuing education programs, including the Weekend College and the Center for Educational Development.

Candidates must have a master's degree but an earned doctoral degree from an accredited institution of higher education is preferred. Candidates also must show evidence of success in innovative course development and delivery, faculty training in curriculum design, and securing outside support or funding for distance education.

Committee members include Francisco Aguirre, NMSU-Alamogordo; Jacob Penn, student representative; Jean Conway, Center for Educational Development; Gary Isham, NMSU-Grants; Peter Gregware, Criminal Justice; Jon Juarez, NMSU-Dona Ana; Margaret Bock, Family and Consumer Sciences; Rodger Bates, NMSU-Alamogordo; Mark St. Paul, Information and Communication Technologies; David Redford, NMSU-Carlsbad; Richard Gutierrez, NMSU-Grants; Chris Burnham, English; Susan Beck, Library; Lynn Ames, Distance Education; and Stephen Anderson, Social Work.

Screening of applicants will begin Nov. 1 and continue until the position is filled. For more information, persons can check the university Web site, www.nmsu.edu.