QCS staff 

College seeks public input


June 6, 2018

Mesalands Community College’s Board of Trustees has narrowed the search for their next president to five semifinalists.

The college is asking the community to attend a pair of public forums to help the college select the replacement for Thomas Newson.

The forums are 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Monday and June 14, and will be held at the lecture hall of MCC’s North American Wind Research and Training Center.

The board of trustees began the search for a new president after they accepted the resignation of Newsom on Feb. 20. His last day was April 6.

Newsom said he has accepted a position at a institute closer to his family’s home in McKinney, Texas.

The semifinalists, will be interviewed by the board of trustees today, Thursday and Friday in executive session during special board meetings.

The finalists are Glendon S. Forgey from Athens, Texas; Frederick F. Greene from Clovis,; John D. Groesbeck from North Ogden, Utah; Kim M. McGinnis from Laguna Niguel, California; and Robert M. Munoz from Fort Worth, Texas.

In other business involving the trustees, Jim Streetman was named the new chair of the board during a May 25 special meeting. He will fill the vacancy of the late J. Bronson Moore. Craig Currell was named as a new trustee.


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