When universities and colleges begin the process of hiring a new administrator, they often keep the names of candidates confidential until the very end.
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New Nebraska law allows universities to only name a single candidate for top positions
University of Nebraska administrators now only have to present a single candidate for chancellor and president positions, instead of four.
A Nebraska bill would allow universities to conduct more secretive presidential searches
A bill filed in Nebraska would require universities to only present a single candidate's name to the public during presidential searches instead of four.