Bantz, Purdue provost in running to lead University of Iowa

IUPUI Chancellor Charles Bantz and Purdue University Provost Sally Mason are two of the four finalists vying to become president of the University of Iowa.

Bantz, who has led the Indianapolis campus since 2003, will interview today and Friday, the University of Iowa said in a release. Mason, who has been provost at Purdue since 2001, will interview Wednesday and Thursday.

The two other candidates are Philip Furmanski, Rutgers University’s executive vice president for academic affairs; and Mark Becker, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of South Carolina.

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