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U president pledges school will be better business partner

The university's new president, Eric Kaler, says the school will move away from a "can't do it, never done it, won't do it" mentality to "yes, let's give it a try." He spoke recently to hundreds of alumni and others at an event at the Carlson School of Management.
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The university's new president, Eric Kaler, says the school will move away from a "can't do it, never done it, won't do it" mentality to "yes, let's give it a try." He spoke recently to hundreds of alumni and others at an event at the Carlson School of Management.

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