Making It To The Top: Have Women And Minorities Attained Equality As Higher Education Leaders?

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Dawn Wallace
Michael Budden
Rusty Juban
Connie Budden

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Higher Education Leadership, University Presidents, University Presidential Salaries

Abstract

University presidents play a major role in setting and managing the course of higher education in the U.S. In the past, females and minorities were under-represented in such positions. However, as the number of females and minorities seeking advanced degrees has increased, the number of female and minority candidates capable of applying for such positions has increased. The purpose of this investigation was to discern whether women and minorities are proportionately represented in the halls of academic leadership.

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