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IU Kokomo starts improving in "100 Ways in 100 Days"

In a twist on the "first 100 days" tradition for American presidents, Mark set out to work with his colleagues to improve IU Kokomo in "100 Ways in 100 Days." It was a successful beginning to his tenure as IU Kokomo chancellor. Numerous of colleagues from various parts of campus submitted ideas and started implementing them. By the 100th day, they had met and then surpassed their goal. Initiatives included a breakfast for student veterans the week of Veterans Day, a name and logo for the new micro-credentials initiative, free guest passes to the Cole Fitness Center, free yoga classes for employees, a Universe Explorer Badge for young science lovers, a campus fiesta celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, and many more.

The campus tracked progress on a giant board in the Kelley Center and this webpage:

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