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IU trustees approve leadership enhancements for Bloomington campus

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Trustees approved President Whitten’s recommendation to reestablish the chancellor role for the Bloomington campus and appoint a new faculty fellow in the Office of the President to deepen engagement with faculty, staff and students. 

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