Edited by Robert L. Clark and Madeleine d’Ambrosio
In this volume, higher education leaders explore the challenges facing colleges and universities operating in today’s environment with constrained budgets and discuss a variety of strategies and solutions being employed to help ensure the ongoing vitality of America’s colleges and universities.
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- The New Balancing Act in the Business of Higher Education
- Chapter 1: Walking the Financial Tightrope: Balancing Costs and Revenues with Commitment to Mission
- Chapter 2: American Higher Education: The New Balancing Act
- Chapter 3: Enhancing Institutional Revenues: Constraints, Possibilities and the Question of Values
- Chapter 4: Higher Education: Meeting Today’s Challenges and Regaining the Public’s Trust
- Chapter 5: Negotiating a New Relationship with the State: The Virginia Experience
- Chapter 6: Money for Something – But What?
- Chapter 7: Regaining the Trust in Higher Education
- Chapter 8: The Changing Nature of the Faculty and Faculty Employment Practices
- Chapter 9: The Faculty of Tomorrow’s Research Universities
- Chapter 10: Of Canaries, Storms and Dickens: Finding Balance for Faculty in Public Higher Education
- Chapter 11: Socrates, Thoreau and the Status Quo
- Chapter 12: Institutional Change: The Why and the How
- Chapter 13: Effecting Institutional Change through Innovative Capital Financing
- Chapter 14: Implementing Renewal and Change
- Chapter 15: Observations and Reflections on Organizational Change
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