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The purpose of this research study is to examine the relationship between presidential
search processes and presidential longevity. You are being asked to complete a survey
that will take about 10 minutes. Although this study is not expected to be of any direct
benefit to you, we hope to learn more about the be processes in selecting community
college presidents. Answering the questions in the survey involves no foreseeable
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at least 18 years old. Your answers will remain confidential and will be protected by
confidentiality. Results of the survey will be reported only on a group basis.
If you have any questions regarding this study, please contact Constance L. Howells, at
chowells@@. This research study has been reviewed and approved by the
UNT Institutional Review Board (IRB). The UNT IRB can be contacted at (940) 565-
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