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In the wake of the recent admissions scandal and other crises that have engulfed higher education, AGB convened a webinar entitled Institutions in Crisis: Risk and Responsibility for Higher Education Governance. Trusteeship distills the discussion here.
How Should Boards Respond to Disruption?
By Peter Smith
From nontraditional students and classroom models to the programs and services that support institutions, today’s colleges and universities are facing major disruption. How can higher education leaders respond to this multidimensional sea change?
Creating Inclusive Board Cultures
By Bethami A. Dobkin
The board that embraces diversity, engages in meaningful dialogue and constructive debate, and cultivates an inclusive group culture will more likely benefit from the full experiences and knowledge of its members.
As he prepares for retirement, AGB’s president and chief executive officer Richard D. Legon reflects on the state of higher education today and on AGB’s accomplishments and its future.
The Redeployment Challenge
By Kathleen B. Rogers
Declining and shifting enrollment trends raise critical questions for trustees. How will faculty resources be successfully reallocated to new programs with revenue potential, and can tenure commitments continue in programs attracting fewer students than in the past?
The annual John W. Nason Awards honor five boards that are exemplars of innovation, creativity, and leadership.
Compliance Policies and the Law
By Steven Dunham
Focus on the Presidency
University Foundation Dollars: For Now or Forever?
By CherÍ E. O’Neill
View from the Board Chair
Marshaling Board Leadership in the Face of Disruption
By Marcia P. DeWitt
A Question For…
How Are Higher Education Institutions Preparing for Nontraditional Students?