The Changing Face of the Top Job: New Report Traces Pathways to the Presidency

One of the most beloved presidents of my alma mater, Miami University, was fortunate enough to live during a period of great cultural and technological change and spent much of his career at the same institution. A historian of the university wrote of this president, Alfred Upham, “He first came to the college in a horse and buggy; he lived to dedicate the Miami airport.” Upham served as Miami’s president for 17 years.

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