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Brian C. Mitchell and W. Joseph King
Academic Innovators is pleased to announce the publication
of two important new books on American higher education
co-authored by two of its founders and principals.
Mitchell Brian C. and W. Joseph King. How to Run a College (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Early 2018) on what steps American colleges and universities must take to become more sustainable and survive in the 21st Century.
King, W. Joseph and Brian C. Mitchell. The Creative Generation (Working Title) (Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, Late 2018) on the value of a liberal arts education.
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Recent Press and Publications
Four Presidents Out, Without Notice or Explanation, Inside Higher Education, June 24, 2019
As Small Private Colleges Keep Closing, Some Are Fighting Back, WGBH News “On Campus,” April 15, 2019
5 new and noteworthy books for higher ed leaders, University Business, March 28, 2019
Shared Governance Builds Stronger Colleges:New book also examines new wrinkles in enrollment, academics and student life, University Business, April 13, 2018
Boston is the nation’s college capital. Here’s how to keep it that way, Boston Globe, April 3, 2018
Lyon Hires Nontraditional President Known for Working with Technology in Liberal Education, Inside Higher Education, Dec. 14, 2016
College Completion: What If the Focus Was On the Student?
Pushing Public Higher Ed Boundaries, Inside Higher Education, May 4, 2017
Suffolk Symptomatic Of University Boards Gone Bad
How New York’s Free College Plan Could Disrupt Higher Ed Market
Is Harvard Showing Bias Against Asian-Americans?
Calling the Question: Collaboration as Systemic Change