The Project on the Future of Higher Education is a focused initiative that brings together leaders in American higher education to answer the question: Given what we know and likely future social, technological and economic realities, if we were creating a college or university today, what would it look like?
The Institute on Higher Education is the Project’s arena for generating responses to this question. This group is developing models which maintain faculty vitality and enhance student learning in a climate of restricted resources. Their work—in the form of publications, working papers, presentations, and campus initiatives—can be found throughout this website.
Made possible by grants from the Pierson-Lovelace Foundation and the California Community Foundation to Antioch University, this national initative is led by Alan E. Guskin, Distinguished University Professor and President Emeritus of Antioch University, and Mary B. Marcy, Co-Director and Senior Administrator of the Project.