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  'HEADLINE' => string 'Continuing education candidate open forum set for Feb. 21' (length=57)
  'MESSAGE' => string 'Kenneth Brauchle will visit campus Feb. 20-21 to interview for the associate vice president for outreach services and dean of outreach programs position in the Division of Continuing Education. Dr. Brauchle is currently assistant dean of extended studies and director of the Center for Professional Development at Boise State University.  He has been involved with technical, vocational and higher education for adults for over 20 years, and has held administrative posts in continuing education at three institu'... (length=1428)
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  'DEPT' => string 'Search Committee' (length=16)
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Continuing education candidate open forum set for Feb. 21


Kenneth Brauchle will visit campus Feb. 20-21 to interview for the associate vice president for outreach services and dean of outreach programs position in the Division of Continuing Education. Dr. Brauchle is currently assistant dean of extended studies and director of the Center for Professional Development at Boise State University. He has been involved with technical, vocational and higher education for adults for over 20 years, and has held administrative posts in continuing education at three institutions. He has extensive administrative experience in graduate, undergraduate, technical and non-credit contract training. Dr. Brauchle’s professional interests include program development, outcomes assessment and distance education, and he has taught in technical, undergraduate and graduate programs. He holds a Ph.D. in the administration of adult education from the University of Alaska and a master’s in organizational management from the University of La Verne. Originally from Syracuse, N.Y., Dr. Brauchle has lived in several states, including several years in Alaska. His curriculum vitae is available for review at http://www.conted.und.edu/search/brauchle/files/vita.pdf.

Faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend an open forum by Dr. Brauchle Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 9 a.m. in Room 16/18, Swanson Hall.
-- John Watson, Chair, Search Committee, johnwatson@mail.und.nodak.edu, 777-3412