What Should Harvard Be Looking For In Its Next President?
When it comes to leading one of the world's most prestigious institutions, not just anyone can take on the job. So what qualities should Harvard's next president possess? It's a question the university has been grappling with since last summer, when Drew Gilpin Faust — who has held the job for over a decade — announced she would be stepping down in June 2018. Paul Reville, professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and former state secretary of education, joined Boston Public Radio Thursday to weigh in on what the school should be looking for in its new leader.