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Hearings set in search for university president

A committee assisting in the search for a new University of Arizona president will hold five hearings to gather public input on the issues that the new university leader will face.

The panel was appointed to help the Arizona Board of Regents find a replacement for university president Robert Shelton.

Shelton resigned in June to become executive director of the Fiesta Bowl.

Eugene Sander is serving as the university’s interim president.

The hearings will be held Friday in Tucson, Monday in Sierra Vista, Tuesday in Phoenix and Friday in Flagstaff.

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