American higher education has a long and rich tradition of seeking higher moral and civic purposes in its endeavors. . . [C]ampuses have been the sites of debate on the critical issues of the day and faculty have sought to provide students with tools for rigorous analysis, critical reflection . . . . Now more than ever, higher education is challenged to educate the leaders of tomorrow and to connect those future leaders with the world of today. (Hollander 1999, v).
Saleh, Amany; Lamkin, Marcia; and Cox, David
"The Role of Higher Education in America: A Spa or a Smörgåsbord?,"
Academic Leadership: The Online Journal: Vol. 4
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol4/iss3/7