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Tulane University, like many institutions, faced two key challenges last year: controlling health care costs and retaining top talent. At the time, Stephanie A. Robinson served as the school’s assistant […]
Seth Bodnar, 38, left General Electric Transportation to become the 18th president of the University of Montana. Bodnar spent six years at GE as a senior executive and president and […]
The higher education press has been filled recently with stories about abrupt firings of presidents and other senior executives at universities and colleges across the nation. What was once an […]
The profile of today’s college student looks much different than it did decades ago, yet the models of career readiness have remained largely the same. Face-to-face appointments for résumé critiques […]
Empowering underrepresented sectors in higher ed doesn’t stop with recruiting a diverse student population. Yet, in many cases, institutions are not creating a more inclusive atmosphere for top female and […]
Ask higher education insiders about the traditional pathway to the Presidency and they will tell you it goes through academics – typically stepping up from the role of Chief Academic […]
My grandfather was a master storyteller. He had an exceptional ability to engage those around him with his stories, seasoned by years of wisdom, challenge and humor. A regular customer […]
I was watching the movie Skyfall with my family recently when I saw a scene that channels my feelings about mentorship in higher education. In this 007 film, James Bond meets […]
David Munson, the new president of Rochester Institute of Technology in New York, plans to build upon RIT’s strategic plan, “Greatness Through Difference.” Munson has 38 years of experience in […]
Bryant University in Rhode Island has appointed Daniel J. Borgia to be academic dean of Bryant Zhuhai, the first and only American university in Zhuhai, China. He had been dean […]
Jairy Hunter has spent the majority of his career with a few thousand students at small, private Charleston Southern University, but he rose through the ranks at a series of […]
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA—Jairy Hunter’s introduction to higher ed came when he failed to land a starting position on the football team at Wingate University in North Carolina. That setback led […]
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