Holsapple will now be 'finishing things'
Question: In many ways, you've been with the Everitt Center from the beginning. How will your knowledge of the center help you accomplish your goals here? And what might you do differently this time?
Answer: My knowledge of the Everitt Center will be an asset in a couple of realms. I'm familiar with the stakeholders and the faculty at CSU. Because I've done this job before in an interim capacity, my learning curve will be shorter. There are two worlds to consider: the university and the market. The Everitt Center bridges the gap between those two worlds, but that's a challenge. The difference between this time and the other times is that in the past I was always trying to put the pieces together for the next person. This time that next person is me. I'm viewing the position with permanence and will be working on finishing things rather than just getting them started. I'll be working personally to see which options are best for the
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