Transparency in presidential searches is handled differently based on the needs of the institution and its home state. Many institutions show complete transparency from the beginning of the search, while others may take hybrid approaches to introducing candidates to their campus community. In his article “Transparency in Higher Education Presidential Search”, AGB Search Managing Principal […]
The Robert C. Maxson President of the Year award is given each year by the association to one CalState campus president whose leadership reflects a commitment to the mission of the California State Student Association.
The Class of 2022-2023 had its first gathering on Monday June 27th – a virtual meet-and-greet with all 25 fellows and the Institute’s faculty.
Dr. Mildred García Honored with Namesake Award for Commitment to Latinx Representation in Higher Education
American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) President and AGB Institute for Leadership & Governance presenter Dr. Mildred García has been honored with a namesake award for her commitment and dedication to Latinx representation in higher education.
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.
According to an analysis by Inside Higher Ed, the racial reckoning of 2020 resulted in colleges and universities hiring a greater number of Black and other nonwhite leaders for president and chancellor roles. With 10 past participants receiving presidencies or chancellorships, the AGB Institute is a contributing leadership pipeline for the hiring trend.
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.