PSU president to step down after nine years
“My husband and I just felt like it was a good time to move on,” said Steen, 64, adding that she has no plans for the future, and doesn’t have plans to leave the area.
And according to the local chamber of commerce, the town will lose one of the best university partners it’s ever had.
“She encouraged all of the people at the university to get engaged with the town, and now there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t work with someone from campus,” he said. “We’re losing an extremely valuable mentor and partner.”
“It has been my honor to serve as president of Plymouth State University,” Steen said. “I am proud of this vibrant university that is transforming students’ lives and making a difference.”
PSU’s new strategic plan, Focus 2020, is in place to advance students through their college careers and after.
“It will provide space for teaching, research, and recreation and athletics, all in one building,” she said.
“It’s been my honor to work there, and we got a lot done,” she said.
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