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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...

Liberal Education and the Public Trust

Lynn Pasquerella is the president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities and will be a panelist at the 2017 National Conference on Trusteeship for the session, "Bridging the...

Governance at Hispanic-Serving Institutions

Deborah Santiago is chief operating officer and vice president for policy at Excelencia in Education, which provides data-driven analysis of the educational status of Latinos and promotes policies...

Why the Liberal Arts?

In the March/April 2016 issue of Trusteeship, we asked Mary Dana Hinton, president of the College of Saint Benedict and an advocate for the liberal arts, about their role in 21st-century education. A...

Is College Completion a Priority for your Board? [Infographic]

Improving college completion rates is one the foremost issues facing higher education today. Several national and state level efforts, including President Obama’s 2020 college completion goal...

Educational Quality in Business Terms

Educational quality in universities is complex and nuanced.Educational quality is one of the board’s top priorities. More broadly, educational quality is inculcated institutionally as a key...

The Rewards of Ensuring Educational Quality

Guest post by Ellen Chaffee, AGB senior fellow and consultant. Chaffee was president of Valley City State University for 15 years and served nine of those years simultaneously as president of...

A Sage on the Stage and a Guide on the Side

Today's post is taken from "The Shapes of Learning," an article written by Bobby Fong that first appeared in the January/February 2013 edition of Trusteeship.Bobby Fong led...

The Importance of the Common Core

Philip Bredesen, chairman of AGB’s National Commission on College and University Board Governance and former governor of TennesseeJim Geringer, former chairman of AGB Board of Directors, former...

The Importance of the Academic Affairs Committee

It’s time for graduation, and the question board members should be asking themselves is this: How confident are you that the students from your institution know and can do what they should when...
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