UAF announces three finalists for CTC dean position
Fairbanks, Alaska - The University of Alaska Fairbanks has selected three finalists for the position of dean at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Community and Technical College. The finalists are:
Robert Holden, director of auxiliary, recharge and contract operations, UAF
Fred Villa, associate vice president of academic affairs, University of Alaska
Jim Whitaker, vice president of development, Fairbanks Pipeline Training Center Trust
Resumes of each finalist are available for download at www.ctc.uaf.edu.
Finalists will tour CTC facilities and meet with faculty and staff members, students, UAF administration and members of the community this month. Community members are also encouraged to attend open forums with the candidates. Feedback forms will be available at the forums.
Candidate forums will be held April 17 (Villa), April 20 (Holden) and April 23 (Whitaker). All forums will take place 5 – 6 p.m. in Room 119 at the UAF Community and Technical College at 604 Barnette Street.