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Statement by John Bardo, Chancellor, Western Carolina University

(The following statement was issued today by Dr. John Bardo, Chancellor of Western Carolina University, after an announcement in May that he was among the top four candidates being considered for the position of president of Marshall University in Huntington, W. Va.) “The Presidential Search Committee at Marshall University likely will meet this week to determine whom it will recommend to lead the university in the years ahead. I have asked that my name not be a part of the committee's final considerations.
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Western celebrates Bardo’s 10th anniversary as chancellor

Led from a dark stretch limousine by the sounds of a wailing bagpipe, John W. Bardo and wife Deborah joined a lawn full of faculty, staff, students and other friends at the A.K. Hinds University Center on Monday, April 25, to celebrate Bardo's 10 years as chancellor of Western Carolina University.
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UNC, Western identify “opportunities for synergy”

Representatives of Western Carolina University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have identified several “opportunities for synergy” between the two institutions, including possible partnerships through which engineering and technology professors and students at Western would test theories developed by researchers at Chapel Hill.
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Chancellor to address gathering of educators in Asheville

John W. Bardo, chancellor of Western Carolina University, will provide the keynote address for education professionals who are getting together on Friday, Dec. 17, at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville for the winter meeting of the Region 8 chapter of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.