The Third World Center has begun its search for a new director, following a semester under the interim leadership of Associate Protestant University Chaplain Reverend William Mathis.
The position of TWC director opened last summer following the unexpected year-long departure of Dean Karen McLaurin '74.
Candidates will come to campus this spring for a "broad and comprehensive set of interviews," said Senior Director for Student Engagement Ricky Gresh, who serves on the search committee composed of faculty, students and alumni. The committee plans to announce the new director by mid-April, with a target start date of July 1, according to the TWC's website.
The TWC is an institution that aims to represent minorities by supporting cultural groups and sponsoring events such as the Third World Transition Program for incoming freshmen.