Visits set for Arkansas-Little Rock chancellor finalists



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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The three finalists for the chancellor's post at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock are scheduled to visit the campus next week.

The three will also meet with UALR employees and University of Arkansas System leaders.

The university said Wednesday that Boise State University vice president Mark Rudin will visit Monday and Tuesday; Sonoma State vice president and provost Andrew Rogerson will visit Wednesday and Thursday; and Colorado State University System chief academic officer Cheryl Lovell will visit on Thursday and Friday.

Current UALR Chancellor Joel Anderson plans to retire June 30.

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