Anna Griswold

Executive Director of Student Aid, Penn State University

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Assistant Vice President and Executive Director of Student Aid at Pennsylvania State University

Anna Griswold on KCRW

The scenario is all too familiar: increased demand and rising costs; diminishing revenues during a major recession. It's not healthcare, it's higher education.

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The scenario is all too familiar: increased demand and rising costs; diminishing revenues during a major recession. It's not healthcare, it's higher education.

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