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Douglas A. Girod, chancellor of the University of Kansas, said regional growth in the Kansas City metropolitan area is hampered by the "lack of a sufficient workforce to meet the needs of our growing economy" in a commentary published in The Kansas City Star.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology President Rafael Reif wrote in the Financial Times to encourage the nation’s colleges and universities to prepare students for societal challenges posed by artificial intelligence.
University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann writes of the fundamental importance of free press and honest journalism.
Ana Mari Cauce, president of the University of Washington, Kirk Schulz, president of Washington State University, and Jan Yoshiwara, executive director of the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, call on the Legislature to make increasing investments in the state's institutions of public higher education a priority when the Legislature convenes in January.
In an article for Change Magazine, the government-university partnership has advanced human health, enhanced security, and has fueled technological innovation and economic growth.
Ronald J. Daniels, president of Johns Hopkins University, urged students to take Humanities courses "as a foundational preparation for a life well lived" in this commentary published by The Washington Post.
Mitch Daniels, president of Purdue University, commends two "liberal lions" who "find themselves often aligned with more-conservative camps" on the issue of free speech on college campuses in this commentary published by The Washington Post.
Northwestern University President Morton Schapiro says today's college students are "caring, complex, committed and clear-eyed," in this commentary published by The Los Angeles Times.
President Mary Sue Coleman spoke to Lisa Mullins of WBUR's All Things Considered discusses the need for careful and deliberate decision-making in admissions.
The United States needs to change its focus from merely reacting to China's actions to "building a farsighted national strategy for sustaining American leadership in science and innovation," writes L. Rafael Reif, president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in this opinion piece published by The New York Times.