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The Bonfire Collapse at Texas A&M University (A)

In the early morning hours of November 18, 1999, Texas A&M University experienced a catastrophic event that quickly became one of the biggest media stories of the year.

The Bonfire Collapse at Texas A&M University (B)

In the aftermath of an unprecedented and tragic event that had captured the nation’s attention, Texas A&M President Ray Bowen was responsible for deciding the optimal form and substance of what was sure to be a closely-watched and emotionally-charged investigation of the bonfire collapse

The Campaign for Spelman College

Bryan McAllister-Grande

At the close of her presidency, Spelman College President Beverly Tatum reflects on one of her many notable accomplishments, The Campaign for Spelman College.

The Kentucky Appropriations Process (A)

Faced with inadequate resources, businesses unsatisfied with the quality of their employees, and a series of crises surrounding the state government's handling of higher education, Jim King, Vice President for President Godsey and his senior staff deal with the bad publicity?

The Kentucky Appropriations Process (B)

Mercer reacts publicly to the criticisms detailed in the mailing and creates a strategy to gain support at the Georgia Baptist Convention in order not to lose control of the board.

The Library System at New Elnora University

Having witnessed many failed attempts at strategic planning during her twenty-year tenure at Elnora University, College Librarian Angela Wilson embarks on an organizational change process that she hopes will result in true transformation.

The Library System At Palladia University

When Morgan Haley becomes Dean of Libraries at Palladia University, she finds a disjointed, building-centered system with five libraries acting in isolated organizational silos.

The Library System at the University of Arizona

Dean of Libraries Carla Stoffle arrives at the University of Arizona on the heels of severe budget and personnel cuts which have been compounded by years of benign university neglect.

The Mascot Debate at Rolling Hills College (A)

For several decades, the Rolling Hills College athletic teams have been called the “Chiefs,” with a chieftain in a war bonnet as the official logo.

The Mascot Debate at Rolling Hills College (B)

The Board of Trustees decides to make no immediate change to the “Chief” nickname. Instead, the task force’s pro-change recommendation is forwarded to a newly created panel, charged with considering the recommendation in the context of the institution’s overall strategic planning process.

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