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InTrust-now.jpg March 31, 2010
Downsides of diversity 


When inviting those of different racial, ethnic, national, religious, and professional backgrounds to a board, it's possible for the majority to sabotage the effectiveness of the newcomers without even meaning to.


Controversy over selection of a new president 

With minimal input from faculty or alumnae, the trustees of the College of New Rochelle have chosen a new president. She has no advanced degree, but much experience at the school and a strong financial background. Is this a problem?  

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Got any young board members? 


How young is the youngest member of your board?

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What's your school's story?

Each school has stories of its founding years, charismatic leaders, the golden era, and the dark times. These narratives spark the imagination and help us make meaning of our present times. 


Private giving declines

The Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Ed recently reported on a new study of private giving to colleges and universities, and the news was sobering.


More news and comment for leaders in theological education  

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