Leadership

Ohio State president announces “difficult decision” to resign

Kristina M. Johnson's term will come to a close at the end of the academic year to allow for a "seamless transition," according to a letter to the Buckeye community. No reason was given for her departure.

The University of Arkansas appoints its first Black chancellor

After being named interim chancellor in August 2021, Charles Robinson has been appointed to a three-year term to lead the flagship campus.

How this interim dean is reigniting his college’s community

Since the pandemic, Dr. Kenneth Carter noticed a sense of burnout from his students and faculty. Using student-inspired principles, he is leading the charge at the University of Oxford of Emory to create a sense of belonging and identity for all.

How do colleges hit record-level fundraising? It’s all about the alumni

Temple University and The University of Alabama both share prominent values necessary for fundraising: persistence and relationship-building.

5 cooperation tools leaders can use to manage change successfully

Higher-ed leaders can still forge ahead with change management even when not everyone agrees on the methods and goals.

Why UF’s Faculty Senate plans to vote no-confidence in Ben Sasse

"The next President should come already equipped to lead an institution of this caliber rather than aiming to learn on the job," the University of Florida Faculty Senate's no-confidence resolution says.

Reaching alumni: 5 ways to boost engagement and investment in your college or university

In June, education provider Anthology conducted a survey and received more than 2,300 responses from college graduates. The mission, and the title of its...

As one trailblazing woman exits as president, another college gets its first in 192 years

Gayle Hutchinson was the first-ever woman chosen to be president in 135 years at California State University at Chico in 2016, a position she...

Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse in line to become next president at University of Florida

Although leadership upheaval has become the norm in higher education during the last three years, very few pundits could have dreamed up the potential...

Rating accreditors: A policy group says one far exceeds the rest

When the Department of Education terminated the license of the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) in August, it effectively put other...

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