Undergraduate focus key to ISU success
BLOOMINGTON (AP) — Knowing when to say "no," rather than trying to be "all things to all people," has enabled Illinois State University to improve its standing and stability, President Al Bowman told members of the Bloomington Kiwanis last week.
The organization invited Bowman to speak to thank the retiring ISU leader for his years of service.
Finding and focusing on its niche — undergraduate education — has allowed ISU to devote its resources where they can be most effective, he said.
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