Welcome to Compliance U: The Board’s Role in the Regulatory Era, July/August 2013

Volume 21,  Number 4   //    July/August 2013

Trusteeship says a fond farewell to summer and heads into a new academic year with the July/August issue. Our cover story, Welcome to Compliance U: The Board’s Role in the Regulatory Era, by Peter F. Lake, addresses the culture of regulatory and compliance issues within which boards and institutions must function today. Then attorney Thomas K. Hyatt walks readers through best practices concerning presidential compensation in A Word to the Wise about Executive Compensation: Lessons from the IRS Colleges and Universities Compliance Project. Darrell G. Kirch covers the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and what it means for your institution in Higher Education in the Age of Obamacare. Is your college or university seeking new leadership? Then make it a priority to read Wanted: A President with a Compelling Vision by Robert Alexander. And finally, Brandon Busteed from Gallup Education tackles the question more and more Americans are asking, Is College Worth it? Yes, But We Need New Metrics.

In This Issue:

Welcome to Compliance U: The Board’s Role in the Regulatory Era
A Word to the Wise About Executive Compensation: Lessons from the IRS Colleges and Universities Compliance Project
Higher Education in the Age of Obamacare
Wanted: A President with a Compelling Vision
Is College Worth It? Yes, But We Need New Metrics
Managing Compliance: The Devil Is in the Details
Degree-Program Array and College Boards
Upping the Board’s Game to Support Transformative Change
What Governance Challenges Does Internationalization Bring?