Reaction to Marc Johnson becoming UNR President

  1. The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents approved Marc Johnson as the new President of UNR today. Here’s a timeline of events from when he was first recommended to when the Regents made their decision.
    Yesterday, the search committee for the next UNR President recommended Marc Johnson to the BoR. Here’s how the story broke:
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    The regents have just voted to recommend Marc Johnson to be the next President of UNR.
    Wed, Apr 18 2012 20:57:55
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    RT @donica: The regents have just voted to recommend Marc Johnson to be the next President of UNR.
    Wed, Apr 18 2012 20:59:27
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    Marc Johnson is the final candidate for #UNR president. The board of regents will vote on his appointment Friday.
    Wed, Apr 18 2012 20:59:59
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    Board of Regents search committee recommends Marc Johnson for UNR president fb.me/1ZPHYvFnW
    Wed, Apr 18 2012 21:11:46
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    Johnson is currently UNR interim president. Final decision by Board of Regents Friday. on.rgj.com/ImTeea.
    Wed, Apr 18 2012 21:22:31
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    “@donica: The regents have just voted to recommend Marc Johnson to be the next President of UNR.” solid move, provides stability.
    Wed, Apr 18 2012 21:23:22
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    MT @rgj: Marc Johnson recommended as UNR’s president… on.rgj.com/JcCZ6w // Did anyone not know this when the search began?
    Wed, Apr 18 2012 21:48:37
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    Marc Johnson recommended as UNR’s next president. Will be forwarded to Board of Regents who meet Friday in Vegas. #UNR
    Wed, Apr 18 2012 23:04:38
  11. The BoR met today for a special session (here’s the agenda: http://bit.ly/JtrbLa). After the news broke, most of the reaction was positive, with some detractors.
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    Marc Johnson has been picked to become the University of Nevada, Reno president. Get updates on rgj.com.
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 14:53:47
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    RT @rgj: Marc Johnson has been picked to become the University of Nevada, Reno president. Get updates on rgj.com.
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 14:54:27
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    Congratulations to our newest University President, Marc Johnson. We’re happy to have you 🙂 GO PACK!
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 15:22:46
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    Marc Johnson approved as UNR president: The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents selected Universi… on.rgj.com/I8LsGd
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 15:25:33
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    Congrats to @phidelt alum Marc Johnson for becoming the 16th #UNR president!
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 15:30:03
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    Marc Johnson is a good man and a strong leader. The university made a great decision. #PackCity
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 15:32:44
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    Marc Johnson, the 16th president of the University of Nevada. Welcome aboard! 🙂
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 15:45:33
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    RT @RSJNevada: Marc Johnson selected as #UNR president. Congrats! on.rgj.com/I8LsGe
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 16:12:17
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    RT @NevadaWolfPack: Congratulations to Marc Johnson on being named the president of our great institution here at the University of Nevada!
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 16:32:39
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    Congrats to Dr. Marc Johnson on being named President of @UNRnews. Students, faculty will benefit from his continued leadership
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 17:27:17
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    Reid statement on Dr. Marc Johnson: HARRY REID NEWS RELEASE WASHINGTON, D.C.- Sen. Harry Reid issued the followi… bit.ly/HYnkTr
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 17:53:39
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    The decision is in. Johnson will become UNR’s new president. I am certainly not surprised. It’s impossible to divert or bit.ly/JrjHpm
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 18:59:37
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    The best: Marc Johnson named University of Nevada Reno UNR President j.mp/IaYFKw
    Fri, Apr 20 2012 19:26:03

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