Trusteeship Magazine

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November/December 2014
Trusteeship closes out 2014 with an issue dedicated to the National Commission on College and University Board Governance and its recent report, Consequential Boards: Adding Value Where It Matters Most. AGB President Rick Legon starts us off with an analysis of the report and of the commission...
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September/October 2014
This month in Trusteeship, Kevin Kruger tackles the multi-faceted topic of “Student Affairs, Boards, and Rebuilding the Public Trust.” Then, Rick Beyer and David Clinefelter, two higher ed experts who are accustomed to thinking outside the box, ask “Who Succeeds in Online...
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July/August 2014
Trusteeship goes back to school with the July/August issue, focusing on how to create a culture of philanthropy at your institution. James Michael Langley kicks things off with “Cultivating a Culture of Philanthropy: New Approaches to New Realities,” in which he suggests how boards can...
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May/June 2014
Trusteeship magazine winds down the academic year with an issue on diversity. The suite of stories includes a panel of experts who spoke at AGB’s National Conference on Trusteeship and offered concrete suggestions on Why Boards Must Become Diversity Stewards. Freeman A. Hrabowski III,...
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March/April 2014
In this issue of Trusteeship, AGB President Rick Legon examines why some boards reach their full potential and others do not in The 10 Habits of Highly Effective Boards. The crucial elements for success in today’s educational climate are articulated by Terrence MacTaggart and Robert A. Sevier...
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January/February 2014
The January/February issue of Trusteeship offers readers a series of stories—Inside the New Schoolhouse: What Boards Can Do to Improve Student Learning—on a topic of paramount interest to board members and other higher education leaders. Comprehensive coverage includes Peter T. Ewell on...
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November/December 2013
Trusteeship magazine winds down 2013 with a surprising look at What Presidents Really Think about their Boards, based on a survey by Peter D. Eckel. That’s followed by CHEA President Judith S. Eaton’s take on The Changing Role of Accreditation: Should It Matter to Governing Boards?...
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September/October 2013
In this autumnal issue of Trusteeship, we examine the enrollment management challenges more and more institutions are facing in “The Rules of Attraction: Enrolling Students in (and for) the 21st Century,” by Julie Bourbon.
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July/August 2013
Trusteeship says a fond farewell to summer and heads into a new academic year with the July/August issue. Our cover story, Welcome to Compliance U: The Board’s Role in the Regulatory Era, by Peter F. Lake, addresses the culture of regulatory and compliance issues within which boards and...
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May/June 2013
The May/June issue of Trusteeship magazine marks the end of the academic year with a cover feature on The Incalculable Benefits of Revitalizing Your Board. The Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M., president of DePaul University, shares that institution’s experience of growth and academic rise...
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March/April 2013
This issue of Trusteeship poses an important question in its cover article: Fiduciary Behavior: What’s the Responsible Trustee to Do (and Not Do)? A panel of distinguished trustees—Gerhard Casper, Richard Chait, Yvonne R. Jackson, Martin Michaelson, David W. Miles, Martin D. Payson, and...
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January/February 2013
Trusteeship magazine begins the new year with a look at the phenomenon of MOOCs (massive open online courses) in Mission, MOOCs, & Money. Kenneth C. Green of the Campus Computing Project asks what are they and what do they mean for boards of colleges and universities? We then turn to the topic...