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YSU STEM dean interviewing for job in Illinois

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DEKALB, IL - Youngstown State University is in jeopardy of losing yet another high-level official.

Martin Abraham, founding dean of YSU's College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics is in the running to become executive vice president and provost at Northern Illinois University.

Abraham is one of four finalists for the position. He is scheduled to be on the Northern Illinois campus for interviews on Wednesday and Thursday.

The Youngstown State University trustees are in the process of searching for someone to replace Randy Dunn, who took the job as president last July, replacing Dr. Cynthia Anderson.

 After serving eight months as president, Dunn left for a job as president of  Southern Illinois University.

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