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Topic - Robert A. Sevier
"You have to get publicity for doing great things. Being great without the world knowing it is good, but being good and having the world know about it — that's a great thing," he said Wednesday. "It's not just academic reputation. Some of it is just going to be name recognition."
Top universities, he said, tend to be in or near major metropolitan markets, giving them more access to publicity than their rural counterparts.