Examining leadership research and trends to help higher education leaders thrive in a complex global environment and are prepared for the challenge of serving complex institutions in the modern world. By staff members from ACE’s Leadership Division and ACE member guest writers, who believe that fulfilling higher education’s mission in the 21st century depends upon a visionary, bold and diverse community of institutional leaders.

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Between Scylla and Charybdis: Navigating the Cost of College

Even with its long-term benefits understood, the challenges for many households to afford college make it clear that the current model cannot simply continue without strategic innovation, writes Geoffrey Brackett, executive vice president of Marist College.

The Power of the ACE Fellows Program: Preparing Leaders to Serve

Sherri Lind Hughes, a former member of the ACE Fellows Program and now the director of the program itself, writes on the power of the program to prepare leaders in higher education.

Women’s March on Washington: Where Do We Go From Here?

California State University, San Marcos, President Karen Haynes on the implications of the women’s march and higher education.

Higher Education Can Lead the Way Toward a More Tolerant Society

As Americans, we are privileged to have the world’s premier system of higher education, writes ACE’s Lorelle Espinosa. And as a laboratory for ideas and exchange, higher education can further lead the way to a more tolerant society through the actions of its leaders and the engagement of its whole community of learners.

Budgeting for Institutional Success

When higher education leaders gather, no theme is more common—or as tension-filled—as budgeting. ACE Leadership Director Jim Sirianni looks at the budget models available to colleges and universities institutions, and the need to move forward together on a high-impact change when adopting a new model.

Shared Governance, Shared Responsibility: One CAO’s Lessons Learned

In many ways, these are times of upheaval in American higher education. Operating assumptions that institutions have relied upon to guide practice seem no longer to be reliably practical or even wise. Birmingham-Southern College (AL) Provost Michelle Behr shares tips culled from BSC’s experience with engaging faculty to help address the challenges facing their college.