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Arizona Board of Regents to consider new executive director

The Arizona Board of Regents may approve a new executive director.

The board is holding a special meeting Thursday afternoon in which they will discuss the appointment of John Arnold as the next executive director.

The 3 p.m. session will be closed to the public until the last 15 minutes.

The board could settle on approval by the end of the meeting.

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