Jonathan Holloway’s short tenure as president of Rutgers University has been nothing if not eventful. Since first taking the post in early 2020, Holloway has endured the upending of higher ed by the Covid-19 pandemic and the national reckoning on race in America. How is he navigating it all and what lessons has he learned?

In the last of our Leadership Interview series, Holloway joins The Chronicle to share his experiences leading Rutgers through a time of crisis:

  • What lessons has he learned being a university president during a pandemic?
  • As Rutgers’ first Black president, how has he navigated difficult questions about race on campus, including whether the university, which is named after a slaveholder, should change its name?
  • What has the debate over vaccine mandates has taught him about how and when presidents of universities should take a public stand on an issue?

October 18 | 2 p.m., ET
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Liv Gjestvang
Associate Vice President, Learning Technology, Ohio State University

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Bryan Alexander
Futurist and Author of Academia Next: The Futures of Higher Education

Bonnie H. Ferri
Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development, Co-chair of the Commission on Creating the Next in Education, Georgia Institute of Technology

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Ian Wilhelm
Assistant Managing Editor, The Chronicle

Bob Atkins
CEO, Gray Associates

Ian Wilhelm
Assistant Managing Editor,
The Chronicle