College presidents continue to fill prominent critical roles in colleges and universities and society. Thus an examination of the reasons for their success and failure is vital. Four major criteria are presented as a baseline for fair judgments of presidents and their leadership. Current trends in the presidency and presidential selection are explored and presented in order to increase understanding about how presidents can best "fit" the demands of these important leadership posts.
Nelson, S. (2009). The College Presidency: An Interview with Stephen J. Nelson. Journal of College and Character, 10(7). Available from http://journals.naspa.org/jcc/vol10/iss7/1/
Virtual Commons Citation
Nelson, Stephen (2009). The College Presidency: An Interview with Stephen J. Nelson. In Secondary Education and Professional Programs Faculty Publications. Paper 11.
Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/second_ed_fac/11
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