Burstein gave a speech at Dickinson and took questions from the college community, the students said. The other candidate, according to one student, is Williams College biology professor Nancy Roseman.
Burstein and a Dickinson spokesperson both declined to comment Friday.
Burstein came to Princeton from Columbia in 2004, where he had other administration posts. At Princeton, he oversees University offices such as facilities, public safety and human resources.
Burstein earned his bachelor’s degree from Vassar College and now serves on Vassar’s Board of Trustees. He also has an M.B.A from the Wharton School at Penn.
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