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DWU President Is Finalist To Lead PA School

November 15, 2012, 7:16 AM

DWU President Is Finalist To Lead PA School
MITCHELL, SD -

The president of Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell is a finalist for the presidency of a school in Pennsylvania, but it isn't clear if he even wants the job.

Bob Duffett is one of three finalists to fill the presidential vacancy at Eastern University, a private Christian school in a suburb of Philadelphia.

The 58-year-old Duffett has been president at Dakota Wesleyan since June 2000. Earlier this year he was one of three finalists for the presidency at the University of Indianapolis, but he withdrew his name from consideration.

Duffett says both schools approached him, and he isn't sure if he would accept the Eastern University job if it is offered.

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