WOU in the news: CEI names president

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) – The College of Eastern Idaho has named Rick Aman as president.

More than 46 candidates were interviewed after a national search since the community college was changed from a technical college.

Aman was one of four finalists named on November 27th.

He was the Interim President of the College of Eastern Idaho.

He was the President of Eastern Idaho Technical College.

He earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Community College Leadership from Oregon State University, a Master of Business Administration from Golden Gate University, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Western Oregon State College, and an Associate of Science in Computer Applications from Mt. Hood Community College.

Written by: Staff Writer
Local News 8

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