University of Southern Maine Reorganization

Difficult work

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"This has been difficult work, especially at an institution that has not seen substantive academicrestructuring in more than thirty years. Although we have had our differences, I commend thefaculty, my administrative colleagues, and the staff for their collegial spirit and theircommitment to the three foundational principles established at the outset: restructure in away that makes academic sense; place students at the center of our work; and generatesavings for reinvestments in faculty and their colleges." John R. Wright, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

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