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Leadership in Higher Education: Emerging Paradigms in the New Millennium. Larry D. Roper Oregon State University. Overview. A college education is more important today than ever before;

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leadership in higher education emerging paradigms in the new millennium

Leadership in Higher Education: Emerging Paradigms in the New Millennium

Larry D. Roper

Oregon State University

overview
Overview
  • A college education is more important today than ever before;
  • Need for a coordinated approach to meet changing economic demands and rising enrollment numbers and changing national needs;
  • Need for national leadership on this issue (in and outside higher ed. community
access
Access
  • No notable progress since the early 1990s
  • Projected college-ready population will increasingly be from first generation, low income families with little or no experience in higher education.
  • There is an increasing need for outreach programs and college financial planning.
  • It is critical to support programs that facilitate early engagement with colleges and universities
  • Diversity politics will influence higher ed. access agenda - mission challenge
affordability
Affordability
  • Colleges and universities have become less affordable
  • Lack of grant funding to cover full financial need.
    • Pell Grant award levels static for five years
    • Increased reliance on loans and work to cover costs
    • Explosion of alternative loan borrowing to fill remaining need
funding higher education
Funding Higher Education
  • A significant decrease in funding from government sources
  • Increased reliance on fund-raising
  • Public-private partnerships (economic development)
  • Public partnerships (increase productions of high-demand graduates)
public perception
Public Perception
  • Sticker shock, media attention on skyrocketing costs
  • Value of higher education clear, confusion on processes
  • Families unaware of financial aid or other funding mechanisms
  • Complexity of application discourages families from taking advantage of available assistance
technology distant students and on line communities
Technology, Distant Students and On-Line Communities
  • Better understand the role technology plays in the lives of students
  • Understand the role of “virtual communities” and how those communities enhance or detract from a quality collegiate experience
  • Explore use of digital learning communities in ways that deepen the quality of the educational experience
technology distant students and on line communities1
Technology, Distant Students and On-Line Communities
  • Expectation of cutting edge technology in and outside the classroom
  • E-movement (Online courses, registration, financial aid, residential life issues, transactions) - e-mail, e-commerce and e-campus
  • Efficiency benefits of technology will soon be maximized
learning environments
Learning Environments
  • Increased demand for interdisciplinary learning
  • Distance learning utilized to increase access and revenue
  • Increased emphasis on assessment and learning outcomes
  • Shift to evidence-based, results-oriented standards
  • Academic Integrity challenges
regulatory issues
Regulatory Issues
  • Cost
  • Standards
  • Greater government scrutiny
  • Transfer of Credits
  • Student Tracking
  • Time to completion
issues
Issues
  • Alignment of coursework and assessments
  • Accountability
  • Growing consumerism
  • Increasing economic impact
  • Competition (for faculty, top students, funding, status…) and survival
  • Increased importance of community colleges
  • Growth in proprietary education
issues1
Issues
  • Balancing dynamics of intellectualism, careerism and consumerism
  • Sustainability and environmental issues will increase in prominence – increased impact of “Green Industry”
diversity
Diversity
  • Hispanic population growth
  • Increased bi-racial and multi-racial students
  • Challenge to culture-specific support and access programs
  • Adult-student population
  • International student access and tracking