Jackson State University’s presidential search committee will hear from students, alumni, administrators and faculty members in a series of Campus Listening Sessions on Wednesday.

Discussions led by the Campus Search Advisory Committee will center on the qualities and qualifications stakeholders believe the next institutional executive officer should possess.

The sessions will be held in Ballroom A of the Student Center on the Jackson State campus.

1:30-2 p.m.: students

2:10-2:40 p.m.: administration

2:50-3:20 p.m.: faculty

3:30-4 p.m.: staff

4:10-4:40 p.m.: alumni and community

Dr. Rod Paige was named interim president of JSU after the resignation of Dr. Carolyn Meyers in October.


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Ashley F.G. Norwood

Ashley F. G. Norwood, a native of Jackson, earned a bachelor's degree in English from Jackson State University and a master’s degree from the Meek School of Journalism at the University of Mississippi. Norwood, who specializes in multimedia journalism, has been recognized nationally for her documentary film the fly in the buttermilk, which covers the history, perceptions and principles of black Greek-lettered organizations at the University of Mississippi.