The Ethical ImperativeNine Reminders for Presidents about Compliance and Ethics
It may be hard to talk ethics when you are trying to balance a budget, but your institution’s integrity is no less important than your bottom line. Particularly because the buck for institutional ethics stops squarely on the CEO’s desk, presidents should consider proactive strategies for setting expectations for campus behavior.
Presidents and Chancellors Name Top Research Priorities
In addition to research priorities, the survey inquired about the
research administration needs of the institution or system. Clearly,
many educational leaders continue to struggle with the best ways to
manage and support faculty development. A growing area of interest is
undergraduate research, which is receiving heightened attention as a
part of the education and learning initiatives associated with America
Innovation and Economic DevelopmentSpark New Collaborations on AASCU Campuses
From Massachusetts to Florida, Missouri to California, AASCU campuses
across the nation are increasingly involved in entrepreneurial efforts
to help foster new businesses and aid their local communities.
Endsights:Rules are Just the Beginning
One of the great things about a university is its role as a marketplace
of ideas. as university leaders, we have a responsibility to create the
kind of marketplace where campus community members feel valued, welcome
and safe. We can’t rely merely on rules and laws to foster this type of
environment. We can create it by building community.