The AGB Institute for Leadership & Governance in Higher Education announces its Class of 2022. 25 participants have been selected to engage with the Institute’s specialized curriculum of symposia, workshops, and one-on-one mentoring.
AGB President and CEO Henry Stoever and AGB Senior Consultant/AGB Search Executive Search Consultant Carlton Brown spoke with Higher Ed Dive about how they are assisting governing boards to promote equitable student success, thanks to a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
AGB Institute for Leadership & Governance co-directors Nancy Zimpher and Jason Lane were members of the strategic team that created the concept of “systemness” at the State University of New York. Nearly two decades later, the benefits are still clear.
Drop in college enrollment threatens to cause long-term economic, social consequences – The Hechinger Report
Jason Lane, AGB Institute for Leadership & Governance co-director, discusses the drop in higher education enrollment and its potential consequences in American society.
AGB Search and Mercer continue their partnership in discussing prevalent issues in higher education human resources by exploring how human resources and diversity, equity, and inclusion leaders in higher education are working together to foster a true sense of engagement and belonging among faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
The AGB Institute’s Midterm Symposium took place in September, providing an opportunity for the cohort members to interact in person and participate in live panels with in-person and virtual faculty.
Dr. David Rosowsky, former provost and senior VP of the University of Vermont and AGB Leadership Institute Cohort 1 graduate, believes the current climate affords shared governance an opportunity to heal divisions and commit to repairing the system to ensure the university’s success.