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MU search committee asking Mizzou community for input in Title IX asst. vice chancellor search

The University of Missouri is starting the process of their national search to fill the position of assistant vice chancellor for civil rights and Title IX.

Thursday afternoon members of the search committee met with MU faculty to speak with them about what qualities they are looking for in a new assistant vice chancellor.

Emily Love, co-chair of the search committee, told ABC 17 News the committee will seek input from all university stakeholders by having open forums.

“It’s important that we seek this input because this needs to be something and someone that the whole community supports,” Love said.

Here are some qualities that some faculty staff said they were looking for include:

A solid record of success in the classroom, classroom experience Experienced faculty member Willing to listen Licensed attorney because of the legal issues Title IX faces Someone experienced with not only sexual harassment incidents but knowing how to handle discrimination Someone who understands university system policies Someone who can create positive climate on the university campus

The search committee told ABC 17 News they plan on having the job posting up in about eight weeks when they get the communities input. They will have an open forum around February and March to get faculty, staff and students input on potential candidates.

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