Today’s college leaders face a new reality. Even before the pandemic, they were grappling with challenges like never before: financial problems, campus conflict, and intense public scrutiny. Now, despite budget crises — and amid great uncertainty — they must quell fears, build trust, and chart a course forward.
How are they weighing operational and ethical questions, and engaging all campus stakeholders? As colleges are forced to reconsider long-standing practices, where are leaders finding opportunities for positive change?
Register now for The Chronicle’s latest virtual forum on Monday, July 20, hosted by Chronicle senior writer Jack Stripling, as we bring together a panel of dynamic presidents from across sectors to discuss institutional stewardship and morale. The panel will feature:
• Carol Christ, chancellor of the University of California at Berkeley
• Christopher B. Howard, president of Robert Morris University
• Félix V. Matos Rodríguez, chancellor of the City University of New York
This session will focus on how leaders define their priorities, how they make decisions, and what shifts they see for higher education on the horizon.
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The forum will be recorded. You will receive an email a few days after the live event with links to resources and access to the on-demand video and transcript. If you are unable to attend the live event, you will still have access the video.