At last week’s short Board of Governors meeting, Chancellor Daniel Greenstein gave a brief update about integration progress at this early stage, mentioning the “breadth and audacity” of work so far and “ambitious and audacious goals.” He also referred to the work as “phenomenal” and “inspiring.” He mentioned changes at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, though it is not one of the integrating schools. He called the plan at IUP “very audacious, a very ambitious and actually a quite powerful strategy, its NextGen strategy, which is really breathtaking in scope.”

He concluded his presentation: “It’s hard work. It’s emotional work because it is so profoundly transformational. It’s anxiety-producing work. … There’s bumps, obviously, along the way, and there will continue to be. But it’s profoundly inspiring stuff.”

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