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Dr. Gregory C. Mosier

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The third of five candidates selected as presidential finalists for Fort Hays State University will visit Hays and meet with campus and community groups on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 1-2.

The third finalist, Dr. Gregory C. Mosier, currently serves as dean of the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Dr. Gregory C. MosierSince 2007, Dr. Mosier has held leadership and administrative responsibilities, creating new programs to partner with industry, initiate collaborative curriculum development, establish new international study programs, and oversee initiatives focused on student success and entrepreneurship. Prior to his current appointment, he served as Regents Service Professor and the Puterbaugh Professor of Legal Studies in Business (2006-2007), interim dean of the Spears School of Business (2004-2006), and associate dean (1992-1997) all at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. From 1997-2004 he worked for National Technological University (NTU), Minneapolis, Minn., as a member of the Academic Executive Committee and coordinated a consortium of universities to deliver M.B.A. courses through distance education to corporate partners of NTU.

Claiming Claremore, Okla., and Hoxie as hometowns, Dr. Mosier received his Doctor of Education from Oklahoma State University, a J.D. from the University of Kansas, and a Bachelor of Science from Oklahoma State. In 2012, he served as president of the Western Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. In 2013, he received the International Engagement Award from the University of Nevada; in 2006 he was recognized by the Oklahoma State University Business Student Council for College Leadership; and in 2003 was named Professor of the Year by the Oklahoma State University MBA Student Association.

The community is invited and encouraged to meet the candidate for a reception at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 1, in Eagle Communications Hall at the Robbins Center (One Tiger Place) on the FHSU campus.

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Dr. Gregory C. Mosier

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