Holistic Admissions: What You Need to Know, March/April 2016

Volume 24,  Number 2   //    March/April 2016

In this issue of Trusteeship, the last of the spring semester, University of Cincinnati President Santa J. Ono looks at a more equitable admissions process in Holistic Admissions: What You Need to Know. Next up, Ellen-Earle Chaffee addresses the timely subject of Getting Down to Why: How Boards Can Make a Difference. From Wofford College’s Nayef H. Samhat and John C. Lefebvre comes From a Plan to a Vision, a piece on strategic planning as part of a long-term dynamic process. Then Daniel R. DeNicola prescribes hope not fear in Of Boards and the Discourse of Doom. We wrap up the issue with profiles of the six awardees of the AGB John W. Nason Award for Board Service in Awarding Exceptional Board Service. Enjoy the start of your summer vacation!

In This Issue:

Holistic Admissions: What You Need to Know
Getting Down to Why: How Boards Can Make a Difference
From a Plan to a Vision
Of Boards and the Discourse of Doom
Awarding Exceptional Board Service
Does the Law Dictate Your Response to Student Protests?
Fostering Civil Discourse
Naming—and Solving—the Governance Challenge
Why the Imperative for the Liberal Arts?