Zach First, managing director of the Drucker Institute, has been named a fellow of the National Forum on the Future of Liberal Education.
The National Forum will bring together a select group of rising stars in the U.S. academy from across the disciplines to think through the large and unwieldy questions that stand at the heart of innovation and rejuvenation in the liberal arts. These fellows hail from the nation’s top research universities, including Princeton, Stanford, Vanderbilt, Harvard, Yale, Chicago, Berkeley, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.
“It is a tremendous honor to join the National Forum,” First said. “Peter Drucker devoted more than sixty years to the study of management as a liberal art, work that the Drucker Institute today carries forward through its research and educational programs. I hope to be able to share some of Drucker’s wisdom while bringing back to Claremont ideas and energy for promising new approaches.”
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