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HARTFORD, Conn. -- Gov. M. Jodi Rell led dozens of state and national dignitaries attending and participating in today's inauguration of Dr. David G. Carter, Sr. as chancellor of the Connecticut State University System, the largest system of higher education in the state of Connecticut. The inauguration took place at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain.
"I am in awe of what I believe to be a rare opportunity for members of the Connecticut State University System in this millennium," remarked Chancellor Carter in his inaugural address. "We are four, but we are one. Four universities each in pursuit of a different mission while at the same time connected to one another so that we can better assist the state in addressing its needs and thereby have an impact on the nation and society as a whole."
Carter has served as the chancellor of the Connecticut State University System since February 2006. He is responsible for ensuring that the policies, directives and decisions of the Connecticut State University System Board of Trustees are carried out. He also is responsible for providing oversight for the management and …