Robert Hoffert, the last of four candidates for dean of the College of Liberal Arts, will be interviewing on campus March 31-April 1.
A campuswide open forum with Hoffert will run 1:30-3:30 p.m. March 31 in Room C337 Clark Building.
Hoffert, professor of political science and associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Colorado State University, received a master’s of divinity from Yale University, a master’s in political science from Pennsylvania State University and a doctorate in political science from Cornell University. He has been teaching at Colorado State since 1976. Prior to that, he taught political science at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, and philosophy at Alabama A&M University.
Three candidates for dean of the College of Liberal Arts who have concluded visits to campus are Suzanne Trager Ortega, professor and associate dean of Graduate Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Robert Newman, professor and chairman of the English department and faculty affiliate in the Women’s Studies program at the University of South Carolina; and Lewis F. Carter, professor of sociology and associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Washington State University-Pullman.