Innovating for Opportunity, May/June 2015

Volume 23,  Number 3   //    May/June 2015

Trusteeship winds up another academic year with a cover story on Innovating for Opportunity: Sharing Solutions for Student Success, based on a panel discussion with three university presidents who are leaders in the University Innovation Alliance. Then a trio of authors—Frank Bossle, Betty McPhilimy, and Michael Somich—asks the important question of Who Audits the Auditor? Assessing the Quality of the Internal Audit Function. Next we tackle the topic of The Sustainable College: Thriving and Serving the Nation in the 21st Century with a piece by Daniel F. Sullivan. If you’re wondering about The Virtuous Cycle of Green Revolving Funds, this piece by Mark Orlowski and Mitchell Thomashow will tell you everything you need to know. Finally, we wrap up the issue with an excerpt from a recent AGB publication by Sandy Baum on The Link between Financial Aid and Enrollment. Happy summer from the staff at Trusteeship!

In This Issue:

Innovating for Opportunity: Sharing Solutions for Student Success
Who Audits the Auditor? Assessing the Quality of the Internal Audit Function
The Sustainable College: Thriving and Serving the Nation in the 21st Century
The Virtuous Cycle of Green Revolving Funds
The Link between Financial Aid and Enrollment
Negotiating the President’s Contract
Findings of the Commonfund Study of Responsible Investing
Sewanee’s Tuition Guarantee
Focusing on Accountability
How Can Boards and Public Officials Learn from Each Other?