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5 Reasons Why University Leadership Roles Should Be Open to Those Without a Ph.D.

Inside Higher Ed

Blog: Learning Innovation Should top university leadership roles be open to non-PhDs? " The (mostly) accepted consensus within academia is that a terminal degree is almost always table stakes for most academic leadership roles. Increasingly, I've become convinced that the answer to this question should be "yes."

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Gratitude in University Leadership: Challenges and Insights: Changing Higher Ed Podcast 183 with Dr. Drumm McNaughton

The Change Leader, Inc.

28 November · Episode 183 Gratitude in University Leadership: Challenges and Insights 10 Min · By Dr. Drumm McNaughton In this episode Drumm takes a moment to reflect on thankfulness and gratitude in the role of effective leadership for university presidents. And hello to everyone.

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Lack of diversity in professional services leadership continues to be a problem

Wonkhe

As part of a project on the lack of ethnic diversity in university leadership, Monika Nangia asked professional services colleagues to share their stories. Here’s what they said The post Lack of diversity in professional services leadership continues to be a problem appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Building Strong University Leadership Through Mentoringwith Dr. Ron Crutcher | Changing Higher Ed 018

The Change Leader, Inc.

The key to building strong university leadership through mentoring is by inspiring current leaders to pass on their experience and legacy to high-potentials. education needs to do a better job of preparing future leaders, especially in terms of leadership development and succession planning.

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Women presidents on the rise at R1 institutions, report finds

Higher Ed Dive

But representation for women of color at the top tier of university leadership has not kept pace.

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FAMU Says Philanthropic Contribution is Legit

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

“If (scratch that, WHEN) this turns out to be a scam, the entire university leadership should resign for being had by an obvious unwell conman,” wrote one individual on social media. How does an entire University Advancement office allow this to happen? How does university leadership allow this happen?”

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Amid a Fight Over Finances, Lawmakers May Oust a University's Board

The Chronicle of Higher Education

By Eric Kelderman Some state legislators say Tennessee State University's leadership needs an immediate overhaul. A faculty leader at the historically Black college worries the move is a political power grab.