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Top Strategic Issues in Higher Education

Over the past several years, AGB has urged boards to focus on work that is consequential. By that, we mean work that concentrates on strategy rather than management and on long-range issues instead...

Leadership and the Urgency of Now

The highly untenable situation in which most black colleges find themselves today did not occur overnight. The portents of desegregation were unmistakable. A handful of black college presidents were...

AGB Offers Guidance on External Influences

The first month of 2018 is behind us, and, as any government relations officers will tell you, state legislatures are already considering major bills that could affect public and private campuses...

State Policy Trends Have Implications for Higher Education

Each year, state legislatures consider policy proposals with implications for higher education across both public and private institutions. This year, 46 states have convened (or will convene) for...

The Evolution of a New Trustee

In a recent Trusteeship article, Michael J. Zeig, Roger G. Baldwin, and Kathleen M. Wilbur shared the findings of a study that examined the first two years of board service at eight public...


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