Developing a Game-Changer: A Lehigh University Case Study, Part 1


In an academic setting, a game-changer is something that truly changes the way a significant portion of the campus works and, more importantly, how the external world sees your institution and its contributions to society. The idea is exciting, yet it can invite a clash with the status quo and may require some rethinking and restatement of institutional mission and how to best achieve it.

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