Former Naval Academy Superintendent Could be University of Nebraska President

The University of Nebraska board of regents unanimously voted Friday to make Retired Vice Adm. Walter “Ted” Carter a priority candidate to be the next university president.

Carter, 60, was the Naval Academy’s longest-serving superintendent from 2014 until this summer. He directed all aspects of the Naval Academy, including the training and education of 4,400 midshipmen and the management of 1,500 faculty and staff members and a $500 million budget.

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