In wake of grilling from lawmakers, Ward reflects on higher ed’s changing landscape
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In wake of grilling from lawmakers, Ward reflects on higher ed’s changing landscape

In wake of grilling from lawmakers, Ward reflects on higher ed’s changing landscape

Ward, who was president of the American Council on Education from 2001 to 2008, said when he returned to Madison, he focused on how education is delivered and how it is transferred beyond academia to industry and other sectors. Read more [more-link]