Academic Planning at Queens College

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Late in 1992, the chancellor's office of the City University of New York releases a cost-reducing plan to consolidate many academic programs on the various CUNY campuses and to create a more centralized CUNY system. With the deadline for campus reactions drawing near, the president of the Queens campus must formulate her response to the plan. Should she support the chancellor or risk adverse ramifications for the campus and support the faculty who have unified against the plan?

Subjects: Academic Planning, Programming, Policy Formulation
Setting: Large Public

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