Simultaneous Searches Across the Nation

Brown University is searching for a replacement for President E. Gordon

Gee using a 17-person committee comprised of trustees and fellows. A

13-member committee of faculty, students and staff is advising them.

The university has set up a website with information about the search for

their 18th president. The website includes links to the position's

advertisement and description, as well as a feedback link for submitting

"advice, nominations and comments."

Bowdoin College is searching for a replacement for President Robert H.

Edwards using a 19-person committee that includes members of their board

of trustees, faculty, student body, administrative staff, support staff

and alumni.

They are also consulting A.T. Kearney Executive Search, a Virginia

company.

The college has set up a website with information about the search for

their 14th president. The website includes links to the position's

advertisement and description, as well as a link by which anyone can

submit the name of a possible candidate, and the consultant's e-mail

address.

Georgetown University is searching for a replacement for President Leo J.

O'Donovan using a 23-person committee that

includes members of their board of directors, faculty, staff, student body

and alumni.

They are also consulting A.T. Kearney Executive Search.

The university has set up a website with information about the search for

their 48th president. The website includes links to the position's

advertisement and description, as well as the consultant's e-mail address.

Stanford University recently named its provost, John L. Hennessy, its 10th

president.

The university used a 17-person committee that included members of their

board of trustees, faculty, staff, student body and alumni.

The university set up a website with information about the search.