The Innovative University: What College Presidents Think About Change in American Higher Education
Years ago, college presidents were more likely to rely on evolutionary change tohelp shape their institution’s future.. When asked about their views today, most agree that at least a moderate amount of disruption is needed in order to effect change.
In The Chronicle’s new research brief, you will learn what college presidents think about the changes needed on campusesacross the country, including:
The Innovative University: What College Presidents Think About Change in American Higher Education is based on a survey conducted by Maguire Associates, Inc., was edited by Jeffrey J. Selingo, contributing editor at The Chronicle of Higher Education Inc. and is underwritten by Workday.
Who should be leading change on the college campus.
What the higher education system will look like in 10 years.
Which top innovations will positively impact the future.
Where public and private college leaders disagree on the direction of American higher education.