Reply Tue 11 Nov, 2008 06:28 pm
"Keep in touch, at a plausible, personal level, with all of the constituencies represented by the University."

Does "constituencies" means "constituencies for presidential election campaigne"?
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Reply Tue 11 Nov, 2008 08:38 pm
Constituencies, are not just "voters" in a given election or district {ward}, the word can also be used to describe the clients of a business.....since "University" is used in your example, it would seem that they are refering to the students/alumni and perhaps other supporters {outside donators} of that particular school.
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Reply Fri 14 Nov, 2008 04:12 pm

No. It is not a very good word to choose here imho and it would probably better be substituted by "interests"
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