BSPR's Matt Guilham discusses Boise State University's decision to delay the selection of a president to replace retiring president Bob Kustra.
Boise State University president Bob Kustra is retiring in June and the university has worked its field of 53 applicants down to three finalists. Today the university announced it was extending its search to consider more applicants. Boise State Public Radio's Matt Guilham joined Idaho Matters to discuss the reasons behind the decision and how the search for a new president might proceed.
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