Navigate

Chancellor Search Committee Formed

Chair Richard Stevens ’70 (’74 MPA, ’74 JD) will oversee the 20-member committee to find Carolina’s 12th chancellor. (UNC/Jon Gardiner ’98)

The Board of Trustees has formed a search committee to begin the process of finding and recommending finalists for the chancellorship.

Chair Richard Stevens ’70 (’74 MPA, ’74 JD) will oversee the 20-member committee to find Carolina’s 12th chancellor. The committee will make recommendations to the full Board of Trustees, which will vote on candidates to recommend to UNC System Interim President William Roper. Roper then will recommend a candidate to the UNC System Board of Governors, which will elect the new chancellor.

The committee includes trustees, faculty, staff, students and alumni.

Information about the process is at chancellorsearch.unc.edu.

Members of the committee, which includes trustees, faculty, staff, students and alumni, are:

  • David L. Boliek Jr. ’90, trustee
  • Anita R. Brown-Graham ’91 (JD), professor, School of Government
  • Haywood D. Cochrane Jr. ’70, trustee
  • Gene Davis Jr. ’90 (’97 JD), trustee
  • Douglas Dibbert ’70, president, General Alumni Association
  • Charles G. Duckett ’82, trustee
  • Shelley Earp ’70 (MD, ’72 MS), professor, medicine
  • Shayna Hill ’83 (’14 MPH), chair, Employee Forum
  • James Johnson Jr., professor, business
  • Lloyd Kramer, interim faculty chair and professor, history
  • Rich Leonard ’71 (’73 MEd), chair, General Alumni Association Board of Directors
  • Ashton B. Martin, student body president
  • Teresa Artis Neal ’83, trustee
  • Patricia Parker, associate professor, communications
  • Andrew Perrin, professor, sociology and special assistant for accreditation and curricular innovation
  • Joy Renner ’80 (’92 MA), associate professor, allied health
  • Terry Rhodes ’78, interim dean, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Dwight D. Stone ’73, trustee
  • Chastan Swain, president, Graduate and Professional Student Federation

A history of the chancellorship, compiled from reports in the Carolina Alumni Review, is at alumni.unc.edu/history-of-the-chancellorship.


 

Share