March 2008
Mix;Mar2008, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p17
The article reports on Harry Chalmiers, president of McNally Smith College. His present project for the college is called 20\20 Vision. He says that the most exciting in education is to shape the process and content of education to become meaningful to young people. Profiles of his previous careers are also presented which shows his interest in music and that he is working on his new suspense novel.


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