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It wasn’t that long ago that the public perception of university presidents was a gauzy composite profile of wisdom, ivory towers and preternatural composure. Now, university presidents must be, above all, entrepreneurs. The competition for the best students, the highest rankings and the most sought-after researchers hinges on the overarching competition for money.
Read more in David’s article published in the September/October 2016 edition of Policy Magazine.