During Hollywood week, he performed "I Want You Back" by The Jackson 5 as part of a group called White Chocolate, along with fellow finalist, and future season 8 winner, Kris Allen.
He did not make the finals initially, but was brought back for the Wild Card show.
Previously, Dunn was dean of the University of Utah's College of Health from 1995 to 2002.
Before that, he was at Oregon State University for 20 years, last serving as associate provost.
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Since moving to Michigan, Dunn has been actively engaged with state and community efforts that focus on quality-of-life issues and enhancing economic development. He also is in his second term as chair of the Mid-American Conference President's Council and is in his final year as a board member of ACE—the American Council on Education.
He is a member of the boards of First National Bank, Southwest Michigan First and the WMU Foundation as well as the governing board of the W. Since his arrival in Kalamazoo, Dunn and his wife, Linda, have been unabashed fans of West Michigan and the Kalamazoo community.
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KALAMAZOO, Mich.—After serving for 10 transformative years and awarding some 50,000 academic degrees to students, Western Michigan University President John M. Dunn, who is WMU's eighth president, announced his retirement in a message to the University community Aug 1.