Why good university leaders keep students first and really listen

05/17/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Public-university administrators should put students first and really listen to faculty and staff to be effective leaders, Chris Maples, president of the Oregon Institute of Technology, writes in this blog post. Instead of being isolated, administrators need to be active in the life of the institution with a focus on students, he writes. "As a university president, I advocate for our institution as a whole: all faculty, staff, and students, to local, state and federal representatives, alumni, the private sector, and other friends of Oregon Tech," Maples writes.

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