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higher education leadership Archive
The vote followed the appointment of Jim Malatras as system chancellor. Malatras, a longtime aide/ally of Governor Andrew Cuomo, was …
Without repentance—mea culpa ringing across the sector—followed by a shift to progressive leadership (an approach that embraces authenticity, transparency, and …
Here’s a mix of citizen views and the Editorial Board editorial as published in Sunday’s (2/11) LSJ.
It’s especially relevant for America’s top colleges and universities. Read more from The New York Times.
Here’s a thoughtful essay written by Catherine Hill, president emerita, Vassar College, published recently in Inside Higher Education.
As far as state funding goes, several public universities in Michigan–including flagship schools–haven’t recovered from the “Great Recession.” Read more here.
Read this provocative piece from The Chronicle about presidential leadership. Academic background: what difference does it make?
The time of scholars leading has been replaced by business-types administering. Lo’ the modern university. Read Benjamin Ginsberg’s critique here.