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New Chancellor Of University System Of MD Says Increasing Graduation Rates Main Objective

July 22nd, 2015 by WCBC Radio

He has been the Chancellor of the University System of Maryland for a few weeks, but Robert Caret is no stranger to Maryland.  Caret spent 25 years at Towson University, one of the 12 universities in the system, and spent eight years as its president ending in 2011. On July 1, the former president of the University of Massachusetts became the new chancellor replacing Britt Kerwan who retired.  Caret told Maryland's News This Week on WBAL he sees increasing graduation rates as one of his main objectives.  He says the student completion initiative is part of a nationwide effort among college officials…


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