Sunday, March 19, 2017

Marshall finding new efficiencies to cover costs - LACIE PIERSON, Herald-Dispatch

The old saying goes that hindsight is 20/20, but administrators, faculty and staff at Marshall have spent the past three years coming together to create a clearer vision of how the university can adapt to the state's budget shortfalls and, when it's all said and done, come out of the other side as a more efficient and productive university. No one knew what the Marshall 20/20 strategic planning process would yield when meetings for the initiative began in the fall of 2012, under the administration of the late former Marshall President Stephen Kopp, but what those involved have achieved since then are continued savings, ways to generate more revenue and improve services to students, said Marshall Vice President of Marketing and Communications Ginny Painter.

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