The moral foundation of a university is challenged by various pressures and enticements that can undermine and weaken intellectual integrity and the health of the universities themselves. This book explores difficulties currently facing various types of universities, enlarging our understanding of and helping our treasured universities surmount these challenges.
Abraham L. Gitlow, dean emeritus and professor emeritus of economics, Stern School Of Business, NYU, is also a corporate director and the author of fourteen books. Ernest Kurnow, professor emeritus of statistics, chaired the Department of Statistics and the Faculty Council of the NYU Senate and served as director of the Ph.D. program at the Stern School of Business, NYU. He has also written a pioneering statistics text. Howard Gitlow, professor of management science and director of the Institute for the Study of Quality at the School of Business, University of Miami, has written fourteen books. Alan Oppenheim, formerly the dean and chairman of the Management Department, School of Business, Montclair State University, has co-authored several books.