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(Orem-AP) -- The new president at Utah Valley State College sees a lot of potential in the state's fastest-growing school.
President Bill Sederburg says he can imagine a day when U-V-S-C is Utah's largest university, offering graduate degrees and fielding Division-One sports teams.
He just got the job, though, and he's not yet sure how to reach those goals.
Meantime, Sederburg is getting to know the campus and introducing himself to Utah politicians and educators.
He's a Minnesota native, a Lutheran, and a former Michigan state senator. His experience in education includes a stint at the helm of Michigan's Ferris State University, a school that was struggling in debt before he took over.
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