Women of color presidents and chancellors describe how their race and gender has affected their careers and suggest ways to diversify the college presidency.
Higher Education Leadership
Adjuncts are commonly perceived as recent Ph.D. graduates teaching multiple classes while pursuing a tenure-track position. This is hardly the norm.
Many employers have sought to eradicate behaviors associated with explicit bias. But implicit, or unconscious, bias still has a profound effect on organizational leaders.
Has increased use of contingent faculty led to real improvements in institutional performance? This report explores the strategic payoffs of a well-documented trend in academia.
The financial sustainability of private residential higher education is under siege, as revenue growth slows and costs continue to rise.
The breadth of initiatives led by the Hesburgh Award winners reveals the variety and complexity of higher education institutions.
Changes to faculty status may discourage new doctoral recipients from pursuing academic careers.
As market forces continue to reshape the higher education landscape, understanding the U.S. college presidency – and its inherent challenges and opportunities – is more important than ever.
The story of a generation drowning in debt is misleading for a number of reasons. This report looks at the landscape of student debt in the U.S. as well as trends and innovative approaches in private funding of higher education.