(Riverton, Wyo.) – During last night’s regular Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees meeting, there was no major forward motion in the search for a new president. After 25 years as its president, and nearly two decades including other roles, President Jo Anne McFarland announced her retirement in December to be effective at the end of June 2014. The board last month scheduled a special executive session to determine how to move forward with the search on January 30. Last night, the board moved that meeting to 6 p.m., Jan. 29 at the Intertribal Education and Community Center. The board also last night held an executive session, all for personnel, with one item being the presidential search. The session also included administrative contracts and early retirement requests. The executive session was scheduled for 15 minutes, but it lasted nearly 80 minutes. Representatives from the various college staff associations all requested a role in finding McFarland’s replacement should a search committee be formed. “We suggest that once the Board has narrowed down its search, public presentations be held in order to provide for an open and transparent process,” Professional Staff Association President Connie Nyberg wrote in a memo to the board. ...

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