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Top Strategic Issues for Boards 2022–2023

By AGB

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This biennial publication frames the most pressing challenges currently facing colleges and universities—those that demand the board’s strategic oversight, vision, and accountability to govern with confidence. The coronavirus pandemic has had profound effects on the operational and financial health of colleges and universities over the previous two years, and that stress put additional pressure on the preexisting fault lines across the higher education landscape, as the new edition makes clear.

For the 2022–2023 edition these top strategic issues include:

  • Ensuring institutional vitality
  • Improving outcomes for students
  • Strengthening civic education and democracy
  • Grooming new higher education leaders
  • Managing serious risks

Framing questions for each issue are included to help guide the board’s discussion toward strategic board conversations and deeper engagement about how these issues affect your institution.

  • A bulk discount is available for orders of 10 or more copies
  • Publication Year: 2022
  • ISBN: 978-1-951635-24-4

Acknowledgments:
AGB thanks the following Top Strategic Issues for Boards 2022–2023 advisory group members who added value to the manuscript through their questions and comments, which proved invaluable in strengthening the final report.

  • Roslyn Artis, president, Benedict College
  • Kemal Atkins, senior consultant, AGB
  • Kathy Benton, associate director, strategic alliances, Society for College and University Planning
  • Greg Bigman, president, board of regents, Diné College
  • Aristide Collins Jr., vice president and secretary of the university, George Washington University
  • Helen Drinan, interim president, Cabrini University; president emerita, Simmons University
  • Danette Howard, trustee, Howard University; executive in residence, USC Race and Equity Center
  • Harold Martin, chancellor, North Carolina A&T State University
  • Maria Gutierrez Martin, assistant vice president, development and alumni affairs, University of Florida
  • Lander Medlin, president and CEO, Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers
  • Ronald C. Parker, trustee, Texas Christian University; board member, AGB; president & CEO, National Association of Securities Professionals
  • Laurene Sperling, board chair, Duke University; former board member, AGB
  • Henry Stoever, president & CEO, AGB: Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges
  • Blaine Tamaki, vice chair, board of regents, University of Washington
  • Belle Wheelan, president, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges

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