- Associated Press - Thursday, August 21, 2014

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The 12 candidates vying to fill the vacant president’s post at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches are listed below in alphabetical order with the highest degree earned and most recent position noted:

- Lisa Abney (Ph.D. - University of Houston), Provost and Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs, Northwestern State University

- Betsy V. Boze (Ph.D. - University of Arkansas), Senior Fellow, American Association of State Colleges and Universities (former President and Professor, The College of the Bahamas)

- Ron D. Dempsey (Ph.D. - Southern Seminary), Vice President for Advancement and University Development, Southern Polytechnic State University

- Christopher J. Galligan (Ed.D. - University of Hartford), Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Central Connecticut State University



- Eugene A. Gilchrist (Ph.D. - State University of New York at Albany), Gene Gilchrist Consulting (former Executive Director, Milwaukee Regional Medical Center and Associate Vice President for Health Affairs, University of Louisville)

- James B. Henderson (D.M. - University of Maryland), Chancellor, Bossier Parish Community College

- Michelle R. Johnston (Ph.D. - Mississippi State University), Senior Vice President for Administrative Affairs, University of Montevallo

- Robert C. Mock, Jr. (Ed.D. - University of Arkansas at Little Rock), Vice President for Student Affairs, University of Kentucky

- Linda K. Rinker (Ed.D. - Columbia University Teachers College), Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Davenport University

- Andrew Rogerson (Ph.D. - The University of Stirling), Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Sonoma State University

- Marwan A. Wafa (Ph.D. - Clemson University), Vice Chancellor and Dean, Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus

- Renva H. Watterson (Ed.D. - University of Arkansas), Interim President, Georgia Highlands College

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