LAS CRUCES, N.M. — The New Mexico State University Board of Regents has scheduled six public forums in communities across the state as the board prepares to search for a new chancellor to lead the Las Cruces-based university.
The first three sessions are scheduled Monday in Carlsbad, Tuesday in Alamogordo and Oct. 20 in Las Cruces. The next two are scheduled Nov. 2 in Grants and Nov. 7 in Albuquerque and there will be one for faculty and staff on Nov. 7 in Las Cruces.
Current Chancellor and President Garrey Carruthers will retire in July when his contract ends. Carruthers has served as chancellor since 2013
The regents expect to announce the new chancellor in May.