How to Lead Through Colliding Crises
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Jack Stripling, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Even before the pandemic, college leaders faced a difficult reality: financial problems, campus conflict, and intense public scrutiny. Now they are making decisions about reopening in the fall that have potentially life-or-death consequences. How are they navigating the tough economic climate? What ethical considerations weigh most heavily on their minds?
Three presidents discuss how they navigate the crises hitting higher education, the imperative of taking action to combat racism, and the risk of emotional burnout.