Crisis of Purpose in the Ivy League: The Harvard Presidency of Lawrence Summers and the Context of American Higher Education

TitleCrisis of Purpose in the Ivy League: The Harvard Presidency of Lawrence Summers and the Context of American Higher Education
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsDunning, R, Meyers, S
Corporate AuthorsKenan Institute for Ethics, Duke University,
Pagination18 p.
Publication Languageeng
Keywordsaccountability , Diversity , education , FREEDOM of speech , governance , Harvard , Higher , MISSION , professional responsibility , Summers
AbstractUses the resignation of Harvard President Lawrence Summers to discuss the operation of the modern university within an increasingly competitive, complex, and corporatized context and to illustrate institutional contestation over questions of governance, accountability, and mission.
URLhttp://www.duke.edu/web/kenanethics/CaseStudies/SummersHarvard.pdf
Abbreviated Case NameCrisis of Purpose in the Ivy League: The Harvard Presidency of Lawrence Summers and the Context of American Higher Education
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