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Thanks for all of the updates about the presidential search! The most encouraging thing of all is that the regents are listening to all of the various groups (see “A Range of Views”). Everything I’ve read, whether it is from students, faculty, or alumni, has sounded great. All of the different groups are telling the search committee what we need in a president.

Thanks for keeping us informed. That is why I have remained a member of the Baylor Alumni Association even in times when I had serious disagreements with the Baylor administration.
Don Haney ’72
Richmond, Texas


Thank you for updating us on the presidential search process. As one who is out-of-state but has had a fairly active involvement with Baylor activities in Chicago, I’d like to contribute my two cents’ worth to the dialogue.

I think Baylor University needs to establish and maintain a very strong process whereby Baylor officers progress to the presidency. This, I believe, would help prevent huge swings in leadership style and priorities. This stability will help maintain a sense of confidence in its student body, alumni, donor base, and greater community.

Based on my experience and knowledge of what great leaders possess and demonstrate, the criteria I think the next president needs to demonstrate are: education involving the study of psychology; human relations leadership; finance and business development; community development; education/teaching experience; strong Christian heritage; strong Baylor tradition; not a former minister; and maybe no seminary training.
David C. Russell ’78
Clarendon Hill, Illinois


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