- Associated Press - Tuesday, February 4, 2014

MINOT, N.D. (AP) - The list of candidates for the presidency of Minot State University is getting shorter.

A search committee on Tuesday was scheduled to interview the eight remaining candidates via videoconference. The committee will then decide which semifinalists to bring to campus for in-person interviews next week.

The search committee eventually will choose three finalists to recommend to the state Board of Higher Education. That group, which oversees the state’s 11 public colleges and universities, is to name the school’s next president when it meets at Minot State on Feb. 26.

Current Minot State President David Fuller is retiring in June from the century-old northern North Dakota university that has about 3,500 students. He was named the school’s eighth president in 2004.

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