Smart leadership for higher education in difficult times
1. Is the business model of higher education broken? / David W. Breneman -- 2. Macro-challenges of the national imperative facing higher education / William E. Kirwan -- 3. Expanded access to public higher education : challenges for the twenty-first century / Charles B. Reed -- 4. Beyond the "n...
Edward Elgar Pub
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|Summary:||1. Is the business model of higher education broken? / David W. Breneman -- 2. Macro-challenges of the national imperative facing higher education / William E. Kirwan -- 3. Expanded access to public higher education : challenges for the twenty-first century / Charles B. Reed -- 4. Beyond the "new normal" in American higher education : toward perpetual innovation / Michael M. Crow -- 5. Higher education's mandate : planning for a new generation / Eduardo J. Padrón -- 6. Southern Oregon University : a case study for change in the "new normal" / Mary Cullinan -- 7. Don't mourn, reorganize! / Robert C. Holub -- 8. Opportunities and obstacles : the imperative of global citizenship / J. Michael Adams -- 9. Leading in a changing environment / Kent John Chabotar -- 10. The "new normal" : prospects for postsecondary education in the twenty-first century / Bobby Fong -- 11. Enhancing faculty vitality and institutional commitment : smart leadership in difficult times / Devorah Lieberman -- 12. Where is the money? : leading in a changing environment / Jane Wellman -- 13. Ten potential lessons from investor-owned higher education / Gregory M. St. L. O'Brien, Craig Swenson and Geoffrey Bannister -- 14. Cold comforts : questioning the habits of higher education / Stephen Joel Trachtenberg|
As the US economy emerges from the severest recession in a generation, large questions regarding its long-term ramifications for higher education remain unanswered. In fact, the harshest effects of the economic downturn are likely ahead as campus leadership focuses on enrollment, affordability and fundraising. This volume of essays examines the challenges and opportunities for advancing higher education's core missions of education, research and service in a resource-constrained environment
|Physical Description:||xx, 195 p|