President Huddleston Authors Essay on Elevating Sustainability for Online Publication

President Huddleston Authors Essay on Elevating Sustainability for Online Publication

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

President Mark Huddleston is one of 10 university presidents who contributed to the 2013-2014 edition of “Presidential Perspectives”, a higher education leadership series, now in its eight year, written by college presidents for college presidents.

This year's theme, "Elevating Sustainability Through Academic Leadership," addresses how colleges and universities can support environmental stewardship initiatives while incorporating sustainability into their curriculum.

Chapters are authored by notable presidents whose institutions are in the forefront of innovative practices in these areas. One chapter will be released each month, distributed electronically, and posted at “Presidential Perspectives”. At the end of the series, the foreword and chapters will be bound into a keepsake book.

Huddleston’s essay can be read here.

In addition to Huddleston, contributors include:

  • Michael M. Crow, President, Arizona State University
  • David E. Shi, President Emeritus, Furman University
  • Judith Ramaley, President Emerita, Winona State University
  • Wim Wiewel, Portland State University
  • Gloria Cordes Larson, Bentley College
  • Jonathan C. Gibralter, Frostburg State University
  • Harry Lee Williams, Delaware State University
  • Theodora J. Kalikow, University of Southern Maine
  • Paul W. Ferguson, University of Maine
  • David F. Hales, President Emeritus, College of the Atlantic

Current and past chapters can be viewed here.