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Dear College President:
Because of the increasing importance of recruiting and retaining skilled college
presidents, I have chosen to conduct my dissertation research on the relationship between
presidential hiring methods and presidential tenure. My name is Constance Howells and I am a
doctoral candidate at The University of North Texas as well as Dean of Planning, Research and
Institutional Effectiveness at Eastfield College.
You could greatly assist my research by responding to a short survey at the link below. If you
chose to participate, I estimate that it will take approximately 10 minutes. All responses will be
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If you have questions or would like to follow-up on my research you can use the contact
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Constance L. Howells
Dean, Institutional Effectiveness, Planning and Research
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