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BusinessInsider.com

I'm The President of a College Scott Galloway Predicted Would 'Perish' — But He Overlooked One Important Thing

I'm The President of a College Scott Galloway Predicted Would 'Peri...

August 11, 2020

Mark Lombardi, President, Maryville University in St. Louis writes: I urge my fellow collegiate leaders to shed outdated beliefs and practices steeped in educational elitism. It is well past time to jettison antiquated ideas of how we deliver higher education. Leaders must be open to seeing their world through a new lens for a new era. That starts with realizing that affordable, accessible education in both on-ground and online platforms is the only way forward. A broader and more objective analysis of universities wouldn't hurt either.
Mark Lombardi, President, Maryville University in St. Louis writes: I urge my fellow collegiate leaders to shed outdated beliefs and practices steeped in educational elitism. It is well past time to jettison antiquated ideas of how we deliver higher education. Leaders must be open to seeing their world through a new lens for a new era. That starts with realizing that affordable, accessible education in both on-ground and online platforms is the only way forward. A broader and more objective analysis of universities wouldn't hurt either.

August 11, 2020

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USA Today

5 Ways COVID-19 Will Change Higher Education Forever, and How Colleges Can Adapt

5 Ways COVID-19 Will Change Higher Education Forever, and How Colle...

August 05, 2020

Adam Weinberg, President, Denison University writes: The disruption has been slow, making it too easy for many in higher education to argue that it wasn’t happening. Now, COVID-19 is accelerating the change at breath taking speed. The trends are speeding up rapidly and will cut deep and in unexpected ways. We will get a decade’s worth of change over the next six to 18 months.
Adam Weinberg, President, Denison University writes: The disruption has been slow, making it too easy for many in higher education to argue that it wasn’t happening. Now, COVID-19 is accelerating the change at breath taking speed. The trends are speeding up rapidly and will cut deep and in unexpected ways. We will get a decade’s worth of change over the next six to 18 months.

August 05, 2020

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Politico

Four Colleges on the Fall Semester - Interview

Four Colleges on the Fall Semester - Interview

August 03, 2020

Politico talks with the presidents of Colby College, Rice University, Texas A&M University, and a provost and vice chancellor from Washington University in St. Louis about their plans for opening their campuses.
Politico talks with the presidents of Colby College, Rice University, Texas A&M University, and a provost and vice chancellor from Washington University in St. Louis about their plans for opening their campuses.

August 03, 2020

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

What Equity and Student Support Mean at Colleges That Have Been at It for Generations

What Equity and Student Support Mean at Colleges That Have Been at ...

July 28, 2020

Last week The Chronicle brought together presidents who hailed from historically black institutions, a tribal college, and community colleges serving Hispanic and Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander students. The discussion — co-hosted by Michael J. Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College, and Sarah Brown, a senior reporter at The Chronicle — included Twyla Baker, president of Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College; William Serrata, president of the El Paso County Community College District; Walter M. Kimbrough, president of Dillard University; and Rowena M. Tomaneng, president of San José City College. The event was underwritten by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Last week The Chronicle brought together presidents who hailed from historically black institutions, a tribal college, and community colleges serving Hispanic and Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander students. The discussion — co-hosted by Michael J. Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College, and Sarah Brown, a senior reporter at The Chronicle — included Twyla Baker, president of Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College; William Serrata, president of the El Paso County Community College District; Walter M. Kimbrough, president of Dillard University; and Rowena M. Tomaneng, president of San José City College. The event was underwritten by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

July 28, 2020

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Bloomberg

Morehouse President David Thomas Talks Football, Virus and Race - Presidential Interview

Morehouse President David Thomas Talks Football, Virus and Race - P...

July 27, 2020

Morehouse was among the first schools to announce it was canceling fall football because of Covid-19, voicing concerns about the health and safety of its athletes. The school this year was on track to draw a surplus of about $250,000 from football, the first time it would have been a positive contributor to the athletic budget, Thomas said.
Morehouse was among the first schools to announce it was canceling fall football because of Covid-19, voicing concerns about the health and safety of its athletes. The school this year was on track to draw a surplus of about $250,000 from football, the first time it would have been a positive contributor to the athletic budget, Thomas said.

July 27, 2020

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