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The chairman of the 18-person search committee charged with finding Montana State University Billings' new chancellor said on Friday that a decision on the position could come within three weeks, and that he's proud of the group's efforts so far.
Once again, a journalist has told the community more about a candidate for public office than they could get from “authorities.”
Ricardo Maestas, one of four finalists for Montana State University Billings’ chancellor position, said Thursday that he resigned from a Texas university presidency in 2013 because he felt he’d done what he was hired to do and it was time to move on.
Ricardo Maestas, one of four finalists in the search for Montana State University Billings' next chancellor, abruptly and without explanation resigned from the presidency of a Texas university last fall.
The first of four finalists for Montana State University Billings' soon-to-be-vacant chancellor position visited campus on Monday, where he met with faculty and school officials before holding an open forum later in the day.