Adam Falk, long may he reign, is the president of Williams. But who are the almost presidents? Approximately 40 people had serious interviews with members of the Presidential Search Committee. A handful of those might fairly be termed finalists. Who were they? I assume that Nancy Roseman had an interview, but, other than her, I am not sure who the internal candidates would have been. My sources have failed me on this. Comments?
Presumably, anyone named in the near future to the presidency of a liberal arts college would have had an interest in the Williams job, especially if they were an outsider. So, I bet that John Bravman, recently named Bucknell’s 17th president, was a (strong) candidate for the Williams job.
I am glad that we choose Falk instead. Are you?