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Paul Friga joins The Chronicle’s Scott Carlson to share insights gleaned from the transformation of universities over the past six months.

Hear excerpts from recent interviews with university presidents and board members on rescaling, program management, consolidation strategies, growth in times of uncertainty, and collaboration of boards, cabinets, and faculty.

Excerpts will include advice from presidents and board members at:

  • Arizona State University
  • Kent State University
  • The University of New Hampshire
  • Kansas State University
  • The University of Maine at Augusta
  • Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education

Paul Friga
Higher-education strategy professor and practice area leader for the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges

Scott Carlson
Senior Writer,
The Chronicle Of Higher Education 

Marjorie Hass
Marjorie Hass
Council of Independent Colleges