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Committee continues search for Hull College dean

The search continues for a new dean of the James M. Hull College of Business, and the mission is clear: find the right person for the job.

Finding someone who can not only perform the required duties of the position, but also live up to the impressive standard set by former dean Dr. Marc Miller, however, may prove difficult.

It is for that reason the search committee has reached out to Parker Executive Search, a leading global retained executive search firm with a proven record of filling executive positions with qualified individuals. If the name sounds familiar, it’s because you’ve heard it before – Parker Executive Search was the same firm that ran GRU’s latest presidential search.

“The Hull College of Business offers us a powerful presence in the Augusta community in terms of cultivating an understanding of healthy economic environments,” said Dr. Zach Kelehear, dean of the College of Education, who is chairing the search committee. “We are eager to find a person who understands scholarship, research and effective teaching as well as the significant space that the college occupies in the CSRA community.”

Earlier this year, Miller left his position as dean when he was named Georgia Regents University’s Director of Economic Development and Entrepreneurial Engagement.

In order to ensure the university finds the best individual for the job, the search committee is asking for your help in the form of recommendations. If you know of a candidate qualified for this position, please forward all recommendations to:

Jacob Anderson, Associate

Parker Executive Search

janderson@parkersearch.com

770-804-1996, ext. 111

A detailed explanation of what the position entails can be [found here].

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