TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - A former vice chancellor at Montana Tech is in line to become the next president of Indiana State University.
University trustees will vote July 9 on the appointment of Daniel J. Bradley as president.
Since 2001, Bradley has been president of Fairmont State in West Virginia. Before that he was vice chancellor and dean of engineering at Montana Tech in Butte, Mont. He was on the Tech faculty for more than 20 years.
Bradley was recommended for the post at Indiana State on Tuesday by trustees president Michael J. Alley. ISU President Lloyd Benjamin III announced last year he would step down at the end of June.
Alley said that as a sitting university president, Bradley would bring "a wealth of experience" in areas such as planning, fundraising and government relations.