president2presidentWelcome to the 2017-2018 edition of President to President, a thought leadership series offering perspectives from university presidents for university presidents on the challenges faced in higher education. This year’s series, titled “How Disruptive Innovation is Shaping the Next-Gen Campus and Enabling Student Success,” will focus on how on how institutions are innovating in order to secure the future and ensure positive business outcomes, all while enhancing the student experience on campus.

Chapter 4: Agility in Higher Education: Key to Synchronizing Student-Centered Advocacy and Public Policy Engagement by Jerry Falwell Jr.

Posted on December 5, 2017 at 12:00 AM


c4 2017 Agility in Higher Education

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Recent events in our nation have caused the convergence of a tremendous amount of political changes, regulatory activity for higher education, and the pendulum of public attention swinging back to colleges and universities on a variety of important issues.

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Chapter 3: Stages of Transformation: Threading the Needle by Leo M. Lambert Ph.D.

Posted on October 31, 2017 at 12:00 AM


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Disruption is not a new concept for American higher education. In the 20th century, the Great Depression and dramatic enrollment falloffs during World Wars and a historic surge in enrollments following WWII due to the GI Bill brought dramatic changes to many campuses.

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Chapter 2: Disrupting the Kitchen-Table Decision: One College’s Innovation to Change the Risk Calculus by Jeffrey R. Docking Ph.D.

Posted on October 4, 2017 at 12:00 AM


c2 2017 Disrupting the Kitchen-Table Decision

"Disruption" does not fall lightly on the ears or minds of college leaders. If someone walks into your office to talk about disruption, it's likely that you might start reconsidering the quiet virtues of a scholarly life of research and teaching.

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