States of Change

Volume 26,  Number 5   //    November/December 2018

Trusteeship closes out 2018 with an issue focusing on the 2019 legislative agenda. George Pernsteiner opens off with The State of Public Oversight, an exploration of the current landscape and the prospect for new proposals in 2019. Next, in The State of Title IX, Julianne Basinger provides advice on how institutions should prepare for the proposed sweeping changes regarding sexual harassment on college campuses. Darcie Harvey analyzes the most popular approaches to addressing college affordability and increasing education attainment in The State of Funding. As faculty-no confidence votes against university presidents happen six times as frequently as a decade ago, Julie Bourbon speaks with experts to examine the underlying causes and the proper response of the board. Finally, we wrap up with Stephen G. Pelletier‘s Passing the Mantle, wherein higher education leaders offer advice for successful succession planning.

In This Issue:

The State of Public Oversight
The State of Title IX
The State of Funding
Crisis of Confidence
Passing the Mantle
The Lawyer’s Ethical Duties in Facing Client Misconduct
Statehouse Days
A Commitment to Transparency
How Can Land-Grant Universities Advocate Higher Education’s Value?