3 finalists for directorship of CSU-Pueblo’s cannabis institute are named

Colorado State University-Pueblo is looking at three finalists to lead its newly formed Institute of Cannabis Research.

School officials said Tuesday that the finalists will visit the Belmont Campus to be interviewed the week of June 5, with the new director to begin work on July 1.The three finalists are Jon B. Gettman, an associate professor of criminal justice at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va.; John Placyk Jr., associate professor of biology at the University of Texas, Tyler; and Wendy MacColl, director of eLearning at Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs.All interviews will take place in the General Classroom Building 210. Campus and community members are invited to attend the 8 a.m. session each of the three days.The new director will replace the institute’s interim director, Jen Mullen. Mullen, a former CSU-Pueblo Mass Communications Department chair, was hired in October to serve as interim managing director of the newly formed

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