Vice presidential candidates visit
November 13, 2017
Three candidates for vice president of human resources on campus this week
Three finalists for the position of vice president of human resources at the University of Delaware are visiting campus this week and will speak in public forums, starting Tuesday, Nov. 14.
The candidates are scheduled to speak from 9-9:45 a.m., Nov. 14, 15 and 17, in the Class of 1941 Lecture Room at the Morris Library.
Details on the forums and background information on each of the candidates will available at a website accessible to UD faculty and staff using their UDelNet ID and password.
The website also will include recordings of each public forum for those who are not able to attend in person, and an online feedback form for gathering comments. The feedback form will remain open until noon, Monday, Nov. 20.
The search committee, chaired by Laure Ergin, vice president and general counsel, includes Carol Henderson, vice provost of diversity; Matt Kinservik, vice provost for faculty affairs; Kim McDade, senior associate athletic director for finance, analytics and business operations, José-Luis Riera, interim vice president for student life, and Kimberly A. Reinagel-Nietubicz, strategic policy analyst.
Darcell Griffith, director of Compensation and Benefits in Human Resources, has been serving as interim chief human resources officer since the retirement of Tom LaPenta on July 1.