John S. Applegate
The fourth and remaining candidate to be the University of South Carolina’s next president held a public discussion board Thursday.
Thursday’s presidential finalist was John S. Applegate, the chief vice chairman for tutorial affairs at Indiana University.
Finalist Joseph “Jay” Walsh’s forum was held Monday. William F. Tate’s was held on Tuesday and Robert L. Caslen’s was held on Wednesday.
USC’s Board of Trustees intend to call a presidential finalist on Friday, in response to an agenda of the board’s Friday assembly.
Listed here are 5 key takeaways from the Thursday forum:
1.) Who is John S. Applegate?
John Applegate does his homework.
Earlier than outlining any of his proposals for what he would do if named president, he referenced the late Sen. Fritz Hollings, for whom the room he was talking in was named.
His garnet tie and black go well with matched. He referenced particular elements of the job description that referred to as for an emphasis on sustainability.
He additionally knows about a number of the hardships…