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It’s been more than a decade since Dan Mote became president of the University of Maryland. Since then, the university has improved its standing in college rankings and completed a host of ambitious building projects. But like other schools across the country, Maryland is being forced to scale back its ambitions due to the economic crisis. We talk with President Mote about navigating a large public university during the downturn.
- C.D. "Dan" Mote Jr. President, University of Maryland, College Park and Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering
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