The State University of New York

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John W. Ryan - The State University of New York
... After retiring from Indiana University, Ryan took on temporary administrative roles, acting as interim president at the University of Maryland at Baltimore and at ... In 1996, Ryan stepped in to fill the Chancellorship of the State University of New York after his predecessor abruptly resigned ...

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