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May 20, 2008

Albany-  Albany State University President Dr. Everett Freeman will be back in Washington D.C. later this week for the final round of interviews for the job as President of the University of the District of Columbia.

Information posted on the University's Web site shows Freeman will be at the University of D.C. Thursday to meet with several groups of stake holders.

An open forum will also be held where Freeman will introduce himself and answer questions from the audience. Two of the final four candidates already made appearances this week. The University hasn't said when a decision maybe made.

Freeman has served at ASU since 2005 and said he was not looking for a job, when the opportunity presented itself.

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