Former Lt. Governor Makes Her Case For U Of N President

The only internal candidate to possibly become President of the University of Nebraska made her case for getting the job. 48-year-old Kim Robak, Vice President of external affairs at the University since 1999, went through a meet-and-greet session. Just as the other three finalists are doing this week. Robak, a former Lieutenant Governor, said knowing Nebraska is her main strength.  If selected, Robak would become the University's first female president.  The university of North Carolina Senior Vice President J.B. Milliken, will be interviewed by the Nebraska Board of Regents. He's the last of the four finalists to be interviewed. The regents hope to make their final decision next week.