Intrepid Explorers: The Critical First Years of Trusteeship, November/December 2017

Volume 25,  Number 6   //    November/December 2017

Trusteeship closes out 2017 with a cover piece by Michael J. Zeig, Roger G. Baldwin, and Kathleen M. Wilbur focusing on Intrepid Explorers: The Critical First Years of Trusteeship. Barbara Gellman-Danley, president of the Higher Learning Commission and chair of the Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions, follows with a piece encouraging institutional leaders to work closely with accreditors on Accreditation and Quality Assurance. In response to the hurricanes that devastated Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico, Stephen G. Pelletier shares lessons that can be learned from institutional leaders’ experiences Weathering the Storms. Finally, we end the year hearing from a panel of current and former institutional leaders who share their Game Plan: New Directions in Strategic Thinking and Planning. Happy reading, and happy new year from all of us at Trusteeship!

In This Issue:

Intrepid Explorers: The Critical First Years of Trusteeship
Accreditation and Quality Assurance
Weathering the Storms
Game Plan: New Directions in Strategic Thinking and Planning
Fiduciary Duty Is the Law
Risking Your Reputation
Why Speaking Out Matters
What Is the Board’s Role in Overseeing Intercollegiate Athletics?