In 2008, public universities, entrusted with the same important public mission that they have always had, are challenged to meet that mission in a very different marketplace. I refer not simply to what is happening in Albany, for those of us here in New York, but to what is happening nationally and globally. This year’s conference theme is “New Models,” and in that spirit, I’d like to offer four trends that push us to rethink established models of public higher education, and discuss how those trends will affect our futures and our collective bargaining.
"Four Trends that Affect Public Higher Education,"
Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy: Vol. 0
, Article 2.
Available at: http://thekeep.eiu.edu/jcba/vol0/iss3/2