Books

Joseph King and Brian C. Mitchell, Leadership Matters: Confronting the Hard Choices Facing Higher Education (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2022). Published January 4, 2022.

Brian C. Mitchell and W. Joseph King, How to Run a College: A Practical Guide for Trustees, Faculty, Administrators, and Policymakers. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018). An Amazon best seller.

In their new book, Leadership Matters: Confronting the Hard Choices Facing Higher Education, W. Joseph King and Brian C. Mitchell build on their decades of higher education experience to argue that colleges must modernize and monetize their practices and assets and link explicitly to the world beyond the college gates...[MORE]

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Will Higher Education Heed Bond Rating Agency Warnings?

By Brian Mitchell Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s recently released their updated outlooks for American ...

What College Presidents Think of Future of Higher Education

Inside Higher Education just released its annual “Survey of College and University Presidents.” The results, ...

Think Humanities Grads Can’t Find Meaningful Work? Check the Facts.

Despite the resourcefulness and creativity that characterizes American higher education, the failure of many colleges ...

The Future Trends Forum [Video]

Youtube, Bryan Alexander Watch the full Youtube video “On Strategic Leadership” here.   What does strategic ...

Student Health Care: Can Higher Education Do Better?

 An appeal to Leadership to Take a Closer Look By Rick Gaumer, Principal – Academic ...

Rural Colleges’ Lenders of Last Resort

A U.S. Department of Agriculture program has provided $1.7 billion in grants and low-cost loans to ...

Presidents Behaving Badly

Inside Higher Ed, Emma Whitford Mark Rosenberg’s resignation from Florida International is the second high-profile ...

Piedmont Is in for Some Very Tough Times

Inside Higher Ed, Liam Knox Piedmont University provost Daniel Silber resigned abruptly this week to ...

Our College Sports System is Broken. Do We Have the Guts to Fix It?

Boston Globe, Neil Swidey From big-money Division I football and basketball to the privileged niche ...

Oberlin’s Financial Crisis: Sobering Lessons For Higher Education

Last month, Rick Seltzer reported in Inside Higher Education about a brewing controversy at Oberlin ...

Making Leadership Matter

Inside Higher Ed, Susan H. Greenberg and Emma Whitford The authors of a new book on leading ...

How Strategic Leadership Can Change the Face of Higher Education – with Richard Gaumer, Dr. W. Joseph King, and Brian C. Mitchell

Student Housing Matters, Alton Irwin Listen to the podcast episode here.   Higher education has ...

How a Seemingly Basic Technology is Driving the University of the Future

eCampusNews, Rick Gaumer Investment in Wi-Fi -enabled technologies has university reaping significant results in recruitment, ...

Enrollment & Student Affairs Must Align for College Net Revenue to Grow

American colleges and universities are reaching for every means through which they might increase net ...

Coronavirus Closures Pose Refund Quandary

Inside Higher Ed, Emma Whitford For colleges that are already financially strapped, issuing room and ...

Colleges Must Change Financial Model to Avoid Death by a Thousand Cuts

American higher education is a complex, decentralized, and interlocking network of institutions that provide education ...

Capital projects: 5 ways to pay – How colleges and universities are financing campus construction

University Business, Karen Kroll   State-of-the-art research facilities, residence halls featuring a range of amenities, and ...

Can U.S. Higher Education Disrupt Itself Before It’s Too Late?

I’ve been thinking a great deal lately about how disruption will play out in American ...

Adult Students’ Return Provides Opportunity For Colleges

In a recent Wall Street Journal article entitled “Baby Boomers Looking for Reinvention Try College ...

#DareToGoDigital

Business Officer, Rick Gaumer Fearful of tackling the technology challenge? See how the CBO of ...

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