• April 25, 2014

A Businessman Leads a University With Incentives in Mind

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James M. Danko, president of Butler University, spent two decades in the business world before going into higher education. In a recent conversation with The Chronicle, he talked about how higher education could be entrepreneurial, innovative, open to change, and better at conveying the value of its "product" to students and parents.

Video and editing by Julia Schmalz. Download a transcript here.

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