Four candidates

The committee searching for the new dean of the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs whittled its list to four candidates.
A 12-member panel has been looking for someone to replace G. Edward Schuh, who retired from the position in September. In total, 111 people applied for the job.
95 graduate and professional students are enrolled in the Humphrey Institute.
Committee members submitted the four names of candidates to University President Mark Yudof and Executive Vice President and Provost Robert Bruininks April 30.
The candidates are:
ùJohn Brandl, the Humphrey Institute’s acting dean;
ùDonald Kettl, the director of the LaFollette Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison;
ùLee Friedman, the acting dean of the school of public affairs at the University of California-Berkeley;
ùDavis Bobrow, a former dean of the school of public affairs at the University of Pittsburgh.
— Heather Fors