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There are 8 comments on BU Appoints Kenneth Freeman Interim University President as Search Continues

  1. Once more unto the breach, dear friend, once more… You are a good man Ken Freeman. Best of luck to you, your staff and to the search.

  2. Alumni

    An excellent choice to have for transition. The acting or interim positions are growing at BU and hopefully will be filled by start of fall semester.

  3. I was privileged to work closely with Ken Freeman when he was the Dean at Questrom School of Business. He is a fantastic leader and mentor with great vision. I am proud and delighted he has taken on this interim role!

  4. An absolute incredible leader of people is Ken Freeman. Someone you want to go to battle with and for he is that type of inspirational leader. By all means Ken is a Value Creator, humble and hungry and unlike any other his wisdom prevails.

    Proud to have him in place.

  5. For the new President, I hope there are many minorities and women considered. Normally there’s this thing called “a Rooney rule” with one candidate. How about half of the candidates for executive positions are minorities, especially at BU?

    Chew on that one.

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