The American Council on Education has named 46 new fellows. The council's fellowship program, which places faculty members or administrators for assignments with senior administrators at other institutions, is known for producing future generations of presidents and provosts. In the 45 years of the program, more than 300 fellows have gone on to serve as presidents, while hundreds of others have obtained other senior positions.
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