ASU’s downtown campus poised to have new leader

Debra Friedman, ASU[Source: Jahna Berry, Arizona Republic] — Arizona State University is tapping a new leader for a powerful post within its high-profile downtown Phoenix campus.  Debra Friedman, 52, the dean of the College of Public Programs, is likely to become the new public face for the downtown campus.  The Arizona Board of Regents could vote on the change as early as March, Friedman said.  If regents approve the change, Friedman will become the vice president of the campus and an influential figure in downtown Phoenix development.  ASU’s downtown campus, bankrolled by $220 million from taxpayers, is a critical anchor for the revitalization of Phoenix’s core.  [Note: Read the full article here.]

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