Image:  When Elson S. Floyd died of colon cancer in 2015, he had been serving as president of Washington State University for eight years. Daniel J. Bernardo stepped in as interim president and served for a year. He was provost at the time and had also started in that position as an interim. He learned some lessons in his interim roles and is naturally interested in the role of presidents, provosts and others serving in temporary positions in higher education. He’s written a guide for...


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