The committee tasked with selecting the new University of Arizona president has come up with a list of 10 leadership characteristics and 16 experience and background criteria that they'd like job candidates to have.

Most of these points are just what you'd imagine.

For example, "A background of progressively responsible managerial or leadership positions in higher education, a large civic enterprise, or a substantial business enterprise."

Some of the points let the Board of Regents inject their own vision for the university.

For example, "Understand ... the need to significantly expand the UA's leadership role in addressing community and statewide issues" and "Have the ability to advance economic development through university research endeavors."

To see the draft list of qualities the ideal job candidate will possess, click on Related Documents (above). The search committee will meet Wednesday and Regents will run this list by the Faculty Senate on Monday.

See some Regents' comments about the draft criteria in today's Daily Wildcat article.

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