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MSUB Foundation Seeks New President

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As the spring semester gets underway at MSU Billings, the MSUB Foundation is looking for a new President and CEO. Marilynn Miller retired from the Foundation at the end of December after 14 years. During her tenure, annual student scholarship awards tripled to $1.3 million.

The new President and CEO will start work at a critical time for the university. "It's a big deal for us - and a big deal for any institution - but particularly at this time, because we have a fundraising goal of five million dollars to raise money for our new science and health education building," says MSU Billings Chancellor Rolf Groseth.

The school is hosting a pair of meet and greet sessions, one with each of the finalists for the position. The first one is with Chuck Wendt on Friday, January 17 in the Student Union Building Atrium. The second is with Marge Rath on Tuesday, January 21 in the Student Union Building Beartooth Room. Both events run from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. The Foundation hopes to get feedback from alumni and donors at the event to help make the hiring decision.

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