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Chancellor calls for more integration of SUNY

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SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher delivered her own speech today in Albany, on the state of higher education in New York. The Innovation Trail's Marie Cusick has the details:

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Chancellor Zimpher said SUNY’s top priority is to make sure students graduate.

She added said SUNY will funnel more money to top-performing schools, based on metrics like graduation rates.

Zimpher also repeatedly called for the 64 campuses to become more integrated, and embrace a word that can’t be found in the dictionary: systemness.

So for a university like SUNY that means bringing together and orchestrating our system of stakeholders: students, faculty, staff, boards, councils, campuses.
Zimpher also called for the need for accountability, and said SUNY will continue to do self-evaluations through its new annual report cards.

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