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CONVERSATION@WQED
Esther Barazzone & Suzanne Mellon

September 3, 2014

On this episode of Conversation@WQED, two of Pittsburgh’s university Presidents are sitting down, together. Esther Barazzone from Chatham and Suzanne Mellon from Carlow talk about what sets their institutions apart from some of the city’s bigger universities, how they’re achieving their goals to grow, and they role they play in the city.


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On this episode of Conversation@WQED, two of Pittsburgh’s university Presidents are sitting down, together. Esther Barazzone from Chatham and Suzanne Mellon from Carlow talk about what sets their institutions apart from some of the city’s bigger universities, how they’re achieving their goals to grow, and they role they play in the city.


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