Starting today, UA community can say which candidate should be next vice president for undergraduate education
Two UA administrators are currently vying for the job of vice president for undergraduate education, one of the university's top positions.
The position has been temporarily filled for the last two years, but administrators have had a "help wanted" sign on the door for the duration, as they have been searching for someone to fill the position permanently.
The two candidates for the job know their way around the Administration building.
Patti Ota, the vice president for executive operations and senior associate to the president; and Randy Richardson, who has been the interim vice president for undergraduate education for the past two years, will compete for the position.