With 40 years of experience in higher education, twenty of them as a college president, I lead faculty and trustee workshops around a wide range of topics including:
Rethinking Education Reform: Thoughts from a Great Books Curriculum
 College Boardsmanship
Why First-year Students Require Special Attention by the Faculty
I do this around the country and recent venues have included the 2009 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges and Universities  in Spokane, Washington; Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania (faculty retreat); Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut (all college speaker); Vermont College in Bennington, Vermont (all college speaker); Morningside College, in Sioux City, Iowa (beginning of year retreat for the president’s staff ); Southwestern Adventist University, in Keene, Texas (faculty retreat);  Bergen County Community College, in Paramus, New Jersey (beginning of year retreat for the faculty); Metropolitan College of New York  in New York City (workshop with trustees on boardsmanship), Suffolk University in Boston (consulting with Board of Trustees); and Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia (retention of first-year students).