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UCA announces four finalists for presidency

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A search committee has chosen four finalists, including one in-state candidate, to succeed Tom Courtway as president of the University of Central Arkansas.

All are scheduled for two-day visits on campus next week.

They are:

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* Dr. Houston Davis of Roswell, Ga., interim president of Kennesaw State University.


He'll visit UCA Oct. 25-26.

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* Dr. Len Frey of Jonesboro, vice chancellor for finance and administration, Arkansas State University


He'll be in Conway Oct. 24-25.

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* Dr.  Nagi Naganathan of Toledo, dean and professor of engineerings at University of Toledo.


He'll be at UCA Oct. 27-28.

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* Dr. Darrell F. Parker of Cullowhee, N.C., dean and professor of economics, College of Business,  Western Carolina University.


He'll be at UCA Oct. 26-27.


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