James Ramsey is president of the University of Louisville.
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James Ramsey, president of the University of Louisville, talks about his efforts to move the university closer to its goal of becoming a preeminent metropolitan institution of higher learning.
President Lee Todd of the University of Kentucky and President James R. Ramsey of the University of Louisville discuss the upcoming 2010 session of the General Assembly, the request they’ve made for operating dollars, the 2020 goal of 800,000 Kentuckians with bachelor degrees, and more.
James Ramsey, president of the University of Louisville, discusses the progress made there in education and research as well as sports. The Kentucky General Assembly, when it approved the Higher Education Reform Act in 1997, mandated that UofL become a "preeminent metropolitan research university" by the year 2020.