Penn State trustees are set to formally begin the search for a new president against the backdrop of renewed scrutiny of university governance in light of the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal.
Today trustees are scheduled to wrap up two days of regularly-scheduled meetings with a full assembly of the board, during which they plan to vote on plans to search for President Rodney Erickson's replacement.
Erickson took over the post a year ago to replace Graham Spanier, who departed under pressure the same day Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno was ousted in the fallout from the sweeping scandal. Erickson has said he intends to retire when his contract expires in June 2014.
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