University of Louisville’s interim president is out of the running for the permanent job

The University of Louisville’s interim president, Lori Stewart Gonzalez, will not become the school’s long-term leader, a school spokesman confirmed Monday.

The university’s board of trustees is nearing the end of its monthslong search for a new president since its last one, Neeli Bendapudi, left for the top job at Penn State University last December.

The trustees are interviewing finalists for the job, but Gonzalez − who was considered as a candidate for the permanent post − is not among them, U of L spokesman John Karman told The Courier Journal. The plan at this point is for her to return to her prior job as provost once a new president is hired.

Read more on The Courier-Journal.


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