- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 14, 2016

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Kansas Board of Regents has appointed several members to a committee searching for a new chancellor for the University of Kansas.

The 24 new members announced Wednesday include representatives of the university’s faculty, staff, students, alumni, endowment, administration, athletics and residents of Lawrence. The committee will be led by regent Dave Dillon.

The committee will be looking for a replacement for chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little, who has said she will step down next summer. The search group has been instructed to identify three to five candidates for the job.

The regents said in a news release the committee will work during the next several months with the search firm R. William Funk & Associates.


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