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MSU President on New Evaluation

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A new interim chancellor with the state university system has led to a new evaluation for Minot State president Dr. David Fuller...and this one is much more kind than one released earlier this year.

It was back in June that Fuller went on the offensive disputing the claims made in the evaluation compiled by now released Chancellor Hamid Shirvani.

The original report was harsh, claiming Fuller had a quote, 'Lack of respect' for sister institutions in the state and showed poor leadership.

Now, acting Chancellor Dr. Larry Skogen has released his evaluation.

It wasn't stinging...in fact quite the opposite -- one Fuller says he agrees with.

(Dr. David Fuller - Minot State University President) "The evaluation itself too was much more accurate. It described the goals that I accomplished. I think I was disappointed mostly that what was in that original evaluation didn't reflect what I had done this year. I think the nature of my performance this year has been very strong."

Fuller is now at the beginning of his final year at the helm at Minot State.

He is currently the most tenured president in the state university system, but says it is time to step aside soon.

In his decade at the helm at Minot State, he says he's been building up for this year and looks forward to it...

(Dr. David Fuller - Minot State University President) "The fact that we have gotten to our centennial, I think we feel good about where Minot State is and our second 100 years. I feel that I have accomplished a great deal with the help of so many people and it is probably time to let someone else come in set some new directions."

Students begin arriving on campus August 22nd for this centennial year.

Fuller says he anticipates increases in enrollment this semester as the school continues to rebound from the effects of the flood on MSU.

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