Reframing public expectations, redefinition of presidentioal expectations, higher education
The American college presidency has become increasingly complex, particularly due to the wide variety of demands placed on the position. Indeed, the effectiveness of a president is often seen through the lens of different constituents. Historically, the faculty have played a key role in determining the success of a president, and the current study sought to identify the perceptions of faculty members regarding the effectiveness of presidents. Additionally, the study sought to compare faculty perception of desired versus actual effectiveness of presidential responsibilities.
Gearhart, G. D., Nadler, D. P., & Miller, M. T. (2020). The Effectiveness and Priorities of the American College President: Perceptions from the Faculty Lounge. Journal of Research on the College President, 4(1). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jrcp/vol4/iss1/9