Drew Gilpin Faust, who as president of Harvard University has previously shied away from corporate board service, has been nominated to serve as a director for Staples Inc., The Boston Globe reports. While often lucrative, corporate board service for college presidents has come under scrutiny in recent years. Some faculty and company shareholders question whether a college leader can simultaneously fulfill the duties of running a university and helping to guide a publicly traded company.
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