J. R. Johnson, (l-r) Margery Coulson-Clark, and Jeff Dixon, all attendees of the public forum at Elizabeth City State University, discuss qualities they would like to see in the next chancellor after the forum, Wednesday.

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J. R. Johnson, (l-r) Margery Coulson-Clark, and Jeff Dixon, all attendees of the public forum at Elizabeth City State University, discuss qualities they would like to see in the next chancellor after the forum, Wednesday.

Looking For the Right Candidate: Public, staff sound off on what’s needed in chancellor

By Corinne Saunders

The Daily Advance

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Someone who knows business. Someone who easily makes political connections. Someone who’s familiar with northeastern North Carolina.

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Meaningful Forums or Basic Acts of Appeasement

Hopefully, the recent forums held on the campus of ECSU are more than public appeasements that render the impression that students, community stakeholders, and faculty played vital roles in selecting ECSU's next executive administrator. Appeasements are groundless and anchored on superficiality. ECSU been scrutinized far too much over the last few months; let's be honest and truthful as the search for the next chancellor continues. The North Carolina motto, "To be, rather than seem," (Esse quam videri)is apropos if parties are genuine and devoid of bias. It is hoped that the appearance of an all-inclusive voice approach is not a mere act of political posturing and appeasement with zero sustenance. It is always honorable to "be", rather than "seem." The Prophet has spoken!

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