Oct. 31, 2012 04:56

A baker's dozen plus one have applied to lead the University of Louisiana System - the state's largest university system that includes UL Lafayette under its umbrella.

A baker's dozen plus one have applied to lead the University of Louisiana System - the state's largest university system that includes UL Lafayette under its umbrella - according to the Associated Press.

According to the AP, the following candidates have applied:

Michael A. Wartell, chancellor emeritus and chemistry professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne

Gary M. Lawler, chancellor of Pennsylvania State University's Hazleton campus

Lesley Lovett-Doust, who resigned in February as president and vice chancellor at Nipissing University in Ontario, Canada

Ann McDaniel-Echols, the only Louisiana candidate, who is a medical technician at the Louisiana State Penitentiary

Ronald A. Nykiel, business college dean and professor at Husson University, Bangor, Maine

Ravi Chinta, an associate professor of management and entrepreneurship and CINTAS Ethics Fellow at Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio

Walter Johnson Jr., computer information sciences department chair at Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina

Sylvia A. Mason, interim chair of the school of education and NCATE director and program coordinator for graduate special education at Kentucky State University

Niranjan Pati, dean and professor at the William G. Rohrer College of Business, Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey

Martin M. Shapiro, professor of marketing, management and international business, Berkeley Colleges, New York and New Jersey

Walter V. Wendler, director and professor, School of Architecture, Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Behnam Pourbabai, vice president of technology, Automatica Inc., Reston, Virginia

Alfonso Miranda-Daleccio, budget director, Department of Labor & Human Resources, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Gwyndolyn McClellan, CEO/president, Value-Based Management, Inc., Sarasota, Florida

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