If Apple couldn't invent the iPhone without a corporate board of expert members, why do private colleges and universities treat their own governing boards like dumb ATMs?
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Should college trustees be more than just wealthy donors? According to two experts, the answer is a no-brainer. University Ventures Co-Founder and Managing Director Ryan Craig and Willamette University College of Law Associate Professor David Friedman published a thought-provoking piece...
Leaders at Purdue University believe their students don't need to take on private loans to graduate.
American Public University System (APUS) today announced a new partnership with Portfolium, a dynamic platform for students, faculty, alumni and employers to collaborate for professional networking and development, mentorship and employment opportunities.
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I don't have a computer science degree, and I've never had an internship at a tech company. Even worse, a year and a half ago, I wasn't even working in a field involving computers. Instead, I was doing biology research at a major university.
Higher education institutions should stop filling their boards with donors and instead recruit unaffiliated people with expertise in the areas they need help in, Ryan Craig and David Friedman argue.