A Stay-Rich View of the New Global Economy, May/June 2011

Volume 19,  Number 3   //    May/June 2011

The May/June issue of Trusteeship focuses on the trustee’s role in the new realities of a changing global economy. Cover story A Stay-Rich View of the New Global Economy, tackles the implications of economic shifts on an institution’s strategic planning. How Boards and Presidents Influence Credit Ratings highlights the individual influence presidents and trustees have on their institution’s finances and Five Keys to Unlocking the Value of Your Board further examines the value of a diverse board.

Public instituions have had to evolve in the light of recent financial changes to state appropriations. Financial Self-Sufficiency and the Public University examines how one institution has successfully raised private funds and the role of the board in fund raising. Trusteeship also examines the new online net price calculator required by the government and its role in financial-aid in What is the Net Price Calculator? Why Do Boards Need to Know About It?

In This Issue:

A Stay-Rich View of the New Global Economy
Five Keys to Unlocking the Value of Your Board
How Boards and Presidents Influence Credit Ratings
Financial Self-Sufficiency and the Public University
What is the Net Price Calculator? Why do Boards Need to Know about It?
Wanted: Good Interpreters
What the New and Invigorated Americans with Disabilities Act Means for Boards
Presidents and Corporate Board Service
Shared Lessons about the Board Chair’s Challenges
What’s on Board Agendas?
What Does the “Federalization” of Accreditation Mean for Boards and Institutions?