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There are 3 comments on Lessons from an Interim President: Kenneth Freeman Reflects on a Historic Year

  1. Ken is a great leader and a terrific person. BU is lucky to have had his steady, intelligent approach across many departments during his tenure.

  2. Thank you for serving in the role as Interim President, Kenneth Freeman. I am a parent of a BU student, who has a lot of respect and admiration for you… If you are up for another challenging chapter, I hope you will consider a role in politics.

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