College and university presidents overwhelmingly describe race relations on their campus as excellent or good, are increasingly upbeat about their institutions' financial situations, give President Obama's higher education record a grade of C, and generally dismiss the push to hire campus leaders with nonacademic backgrounds.
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- Missouri: A Thin Line Divides Engaging With Activists and Alienating Them (The Chronicle of Higher Education - requires paid subscription)
- Mizzou Diversity Officer Ready ‘to Help Effect Transformational Change’ (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)
- San Jose State Scrambling to Address Racial Tensions (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)
- Students Should Feel Like ‘Equal Partners,’ Says Missouri’s First Chief Diversity Officer (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
- Missouri Interim President: Faculty on Frontline of Quest for Diversity (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)
- Mentorship, promotion among challenges of keeping black faculty (Missourian)
- ACE Survey: Policy Change not Widely Enacted to Address Campus Racial Issues (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)
- The Importance of Identity: How the University of Maryland Uses Self-Discovery to Explore Diversity (INSIGHT Into Diversity)
- University of Missouri Unrest Reverberates at ACE (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)