Indiana University Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer J. Terry Clapacs oversees a variety of units on IU’s eight campuses. Since 1970, he has overseen the development of approximately two-thirds of what is now IU, including two new campuses in Richmond and New Albany. He has been instrumental in developing the grounds of all of IU’s campuses, which are widely recognized for their beauty, and he has played a key role in developing IU’s high-caliber university athletic facilities. He was named Sagamore of the Wabash by former Indiana Gov. Evan Bayh. Dick Bishop hosts.