Big rewards, less job security for college leaders
Helicopter parents, impatient trustees, overworked professors, entitled athletics boosters and deeply partisan lawmakers with little cash to spare. It’s enough to make people wonder why anyone would want the job of college president.
Sure, the pay is pretty good, and the perks sizable, from free housing and a company car to travel budgets.
But when it comes to running the 21st century American university, the men and women in the president’s office are increasingly on high alert that their stays at the top could prove short.
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