Hewitt says CU needs a president who can do a good PR job for the school.
“I’ve been a professor for 10 years at Chapman University Law School so I know about faculties, but I think the most important thing is that you listen to the public,” Hewitt said. “You be aware of what they expect out of the university and you communicate that to the people who make up the faculty and you take care of the students.”
The endorsement of the Rocky Mountain Alliance, though currently delayed, is soon forthcoming. Maybe we’ll have to consider just how serious The Chancellor of the Collegiate Peaks is about seeking this job.