Murray State progressing in search for new president


Web Editor - Mason Stevenson

MURRAY, Ky. - It's been more than a month since former Murray State President Randy Dunn left the university, and the school is moving forward with their search for his replacement.

WKMS is reporting the school has finalized their contract with search firm Witt Kiffer.

The school will pay up to $130,000 to the firm.

Representatives from the firm will visit Murray in September to hone the profile and search criteria for the school's next president.