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Chancellor Zimpher Student Q&A (Budget, tuition, etc.)


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Nancy L. Zimpher, Chancellor of The State University of New York hosted her second webcast designed exclusively for SUNY student media. Early in her tenure, the Chancellor promised to keep students engaged and at the center of the strategic planning process.


More than fifty questions were submitted in advance and student journalists from across the state tuned in live over the web as Chancellor Zimpher engaged student’s questions on SUNY’s future, the strategic planning process, the recent rational tuition increase, the state budget request, and other topics.


“From the moment I arrived at SUNY, I have been committed to speaking directly with our students,” said Zimpher. “The student journalists who participated asked sharp, insightful questions and demonstrated a true understanding of the important issues at hand and a genuine concern for the future of our university. These webcasts with student journalists are a key part of not only keeping all students informed, but most important, keeping them engaged in the strategic planning process.”


The webcast was moderated by SUNY Student Assembly President Melody Mercedes, who also serves as the student member of the SUNY Board of Trustees.

“SUNY students are so appreciative of how engaging the Chancellor has been in keeping us involved in the conversation. I thank her for taking the time to speak with us over webcast. It’s encouraging to see a Chancellor that will embrace technology so that students can more easily access her on a consistent basis,” said Mercedes.


Click the link for video of the news conference.





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