Presidents' Trust Seminar
THE CODDLING OF THE AMERICAN MIND
Seminar for Members of the Presidents’ Trust
Friday, January 25, 2:30-5:30 pm
The Presidents’ Trust is a special leadership group designed for AAC&U member presidents to engage directly with AAC&U leaders and peers from all sectors of higher education to influence the conversations, agendas, and reforms we face today. The Trust provides unique resources and special forums for members in order to make the case for a liberal education on campus and in the public square.
Lynn Pasquerella, AAC&U President, and Grant Cornwell, President of Rollins College and Chair of the Presidents’ Trust, are pleased to announce a special seminar at AAC&U's 2019 Annual Meeting for members of the Presidents’ Trust—"The Coddling of the American Mind.”
Jonathan Haidt (New York University), co-author of The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas are Setting Up a Generation for Failure and co-founder of Heterodox Academy, and Debra Mashek (Harvey Mudd College), Executive Director of Heterodox Academy, will facilitate the discussion.
All Trust members who attend the seminar will receive a complimentary copy of The Coddling of the American Mind. We hope you will join us for this timely discussion.
Registration for the Presidents’ Trust Seminar
If you are a current member of the Presidents’ Trust, you will be receiving more information, including an invitation to the seminar and a link to the registration form. Please contact Will McDonnell (firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-884-0810) in the AAC&U President’s Office if you have any questions.
To Join the Presidents’ Trust
Membership in the Presidents’ Trust is open to all chief executive officers of AAC&U institutional members. Dues for membership in the Trust are assessed on an annual basis and are based on the same data points (FTE and E&G) as institutional membership. Dues are billed in the spring for an academic year membership that begins on July 1. For more information, please contact Will McDonnell in the AAC&U President’s Office (email@example.com or 202-884-0810).