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Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg for Higher Education: The First 25 Phone Calls a President Should Make the First Day on the Job

Insight Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Stephen Joel Trachtenberg · August 01, 2018
Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg writes about how to develop a network and establish alliances during the early days as a university president.  Click here to view the article. Stephen Joel Trachtenberg is President Emeritus and University Professor of Public Service at The George Washington University. He served as GW’s 15th

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Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg Discusses the Decline on University Enrollments with the Martin Center for Academic Renewal

Insight Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Stephen Joel Trachtenberg · July 10, 2018
Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg discusses the reasons why college enrollment is decreasing in The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal's article, "A Worrisome Trend for Higher Education: Declining Enrollments." Click here to view the article. Stephen Joel Trachtenberg is President Emeritus and University Professor

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Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg Writes in Higher Education About What It Takes to Be a University President Today

Insight Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Stephen Joel Trachtenberg · May 30, 2018
Writing for Times Higher Education, Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg discusses the evolving role of the university president and the new challenges that role now entails. He provides an overview of the management style, attitude, and abilities required to run universities in a durable and economically healthy way. Stephen Joel Trachtenberg is

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What will universities look like in 2030? Insights on technology usage and its ramifications.

Insight Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Stephen Joel Trachtenberg · January 04, 2016
Stephen Trachtenberg, Rimon Partner and President Emeritus of George Washington University in Washington DC., offers insights on the history of higher education in the U.S. and analyzes how technology is altering its evolution. In this article, posted on Times Higher Education, Mr. Trachtenberg explores the very palpable digital tools of our

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