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Navigating scandal or tragedy requires a lot of moving parts. Don't create your blueprint without scrolling through this checklist.
It's a problem nearly as old as higher education itself. A national expert weighs in on how to manage a hazing incident or, better yet, stop one before it starts.
Some crises can catch even insurance firms by surprise. These quick tips from the front lines of risk management can help you see around the corner.
Five years after its mass shooting, Virginia Tech is still healing. Campus leaders reveal how the university emerged stronger—and smarter—than ever.
It's an oft-repeated statistic: there are more black men in prison than the higher education system. But the data may be more fiction than fact.
ACE President Molly Corbett Broad discusses the demands of leading a college or university and the need to prepare for crises.
What does the law tell university leaders about how to handle a crisis?
New Commission Will Examine Distance Education; Presidents Lead by Example in Fight Against Poverty; Report: Campuses a Long Way Away on Data Collection; New ACE Report Offers Broad Advice on Accreditation
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ACE's flagship magazine is written for and about college and university presidents and chancellors. Four times each year, The Presidency spotlights the most pressing and important issues in higher education, giving college and university leaders unique insights and practical strategies for meeting their institutional goals.