The University: An Owner's Manual
Drawing on eleven years as dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University, Henry Rosovsky offers a wise and witty view of America's colleges and universities, how they are run and the challenges they face, with special consideration to each of their "owners" - students, faculty, alumni, trustees, and others. He includes advice for hard-pressed administrators on answering awkward questions, asking for money, and other useful tools.
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The author's observations of the world of "The University'' are made with wit and wisdom accumulated through his 11 years as Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard. The exploration of the ... Read full review
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