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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Review: The University: An Owner's ManualUser Review - Jessica Gordon - Goodreads
This is interesting book full of true stories that are intended to explain the world of higher education at Harvard. It's easy to read and informative. I like the stories at the beginning the most ... Read full review
Review: The University: An Owner's ManualUser Review - Marti - Goodreads
Borrowed from the Professional Development Program at Franklin College. Read full review