Transitions in senior academic and administrative staff can have nearly as much impact as a new president.
A list of companies, organizations, corporations, firms, associate groups, nonprofits and services that can help colleges and universities plan for a new president.
Flora Tydings is Tennessee Board of Regents’ new chancellor, responsible for leading six universities, 13 community colleges and 27 colleges of applied technology.
MONTCLAIR, New Jersey—Montclair State had been a university for only a few years when Susan Cole took over as president in 1998. She wanted the job—her second presidency—because she saw vast, untapped potential on the campus of 12,000 students. She also felt certain that she could, pretty quickly, ensure the institution lived up to its new name.
The Professor Watchlist, launched last fall by the nonprofit Turning Point USA, challenges students: “Help us expose and document college professors who discriminate against conservative students and advance leftist propaganda in the classroom.”