The Faculty Senate got an update Monday on how things are going with the search for the next University of Arizona president. Here's what's new:

And here's something to keep an eye on. Traditionally, the Regents have brought four candidates to campus to face the faculty and students and community members. But as Regent Myers put it, you'd never see a sitting university president among those candidates because they wouldn't put themselves out there for a 1 in 4 chance. For that reason, the Regents are considering more confidentiality in the process. Which means faculty and students and community members (and newspaper reporters) might not get a chance to vet the finalists. But that's not for certain yet.

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