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In December, Jamie Williamson learned that the coming spring semester, the 30th of his career on the English department faculty at the University of Vermont, would be his last.
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Indiana University of Pennsylvania was already shrinking. As regional demographics ebbed and competition for the remaining students increased between 2011 and 2020, the public college lost a third of its enrollment.
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Our team members weigh in on the undeniable impact of Coach Prime’s presence at CU, showcasing the power of our data-informed insights in guiding transformative decisions for the university’s success.
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