Legislator Says He May Want EKU President's Job

RICHMOND, Ky. (AP) - A state representative said he may consider pursuing the vacant president's job at Eastern Kentucky University.

State Representative Harry Moberly of Richmond says he will consider applying for the position once the search for a permanent replacement for Joanne Glasser is under way.

Moberly works at the university as director of student judicial affairs and services for individuals with disabilities at the university. He says he would not be interested in becoming the interim president.

Eastern Kentucky University's Board of Regents is set to meet tomorrow in the first step in replacing Glasser, who resigned last week to accept the job as president of Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.

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