December 5, 2003
Search Reopens for San Jose State Presidency; NYU Lures Anthropologist From Stanford; Homeland-Security Expert Heads to Stevens Institute
BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD: Trustees of the California State University System thought they were going to pick the new president of San Jose State University in late November, but after none of the finalists knocked the trustees' socks off, they decided to extend the search.
Each of the three finalists -- Judith A. Ramaley, 62, former president of the University of Vermont; Gregory O'Brien, 59, chancellor of the University of New Orleans; and Sheila Kaplan, 58, former president of
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