Mark Nook started his new job as chancellor of Montana State University Billings on Tuesday.
Montana State University Billings has picked a new chancellor.
Rolf Groseth will retire on Saturday after three years as Montana State University Billings' chancellor and 37 years working in the Montana University System.
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.”
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.
Montana State University Billings announced on Tuesday the names of four finalists to replace outgoing Chancellor Rolf Groseth, a group that includes candidates from Missouri, New York, Texas and Wisconsin.
Partway through a trip to Vietnam last month, Keith Edgerton saw something near the city of Hanoi that captured the modern state of the Southeast Asian nation better than any notes or stories or tours ever could.
MSUB Chancellor and war veteran Rolf Groseth, right, speaks with a South Vietnamese Army veteran of the Vietnam War.
Montana State University Billings history professor Keith Edgerton, left, and MSUB Chancellor Rolf Groseth pose in front of an airplane at the Khe Sanh battlefield in Vietnam.
Tall buildings pierce the skyline of Da Nang, where Grosethwas stationed during the Vietnam War.
Efforts to find Montana State University Billings' new chancellor began in earnest on Tuesday when Waded Cruzado, president of the Montana State University system, met with an 18-person committee and laid out her vision for the search.
An 18-member committee has been formed to conduct a national search to find a new chancellor for Montana State University Billings.
Montana State University Billings officials have ramped up efforts to fill several high-profile positions at the university.
Rolf Groseth, chancellor at Montana State University Billings, announced in January that he will retire at the end of the academic school year.
The mercury was only two degrees above freezing, but the sun was shining and Rolf Groseth couldn't help but comment on how nice the weather was on Monday morning.
Montana State University Billings Chancellor Rolf Groseth announced on Thursday that he will retire at the end of this academic school year.
MSU Billings Chancellor Rolf Groseth speaks to faculty and staff at Petro Theater. He announced his retirement on Thursday after four years in the position and 37 working in the Montana University System.
In ways big and small, Stacy Klippenstein’s time spent as vice chancellor of student affairs at Montana State University Billings has prepared him for his new job as president of Miles Community College.
Stacy Klippenstein, Montana State University Billings' vice chancellor for student affairs, has accepted a job as president of Miles Community College.