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Table: Blue-Ribbon Panel

September 27, 2005 1 min read

Members of Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings’ Commission on the Future of Higher Education include:

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Charles Miller Commission chariman; former chariman, board of regents, University of Texas system
Carol Bartz Chairman and chief executive officer, Autodesk Inc.
Nicholas Donofrio Executive vice president for innovation and technology, IBM
James Duderstadt President emeritus, University of Michigan
Gerri Ellicott Corporate vice president, Microsoft Corp.
Kati Haycock Director, Education Trust
James B. Hunt Jr. Former governor of North Carolina
Jonathan Grayer Chairman and chief executive officer, Kaplan Inc.
Arturo Madrid Humanities professor, Trinity University
Robert Mendenhall President, Western Governors University
Charlene R. Nunley President, Montgomery College
Arthur J. Rothkopf Senior vice president, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; president emeritus, Lafayette College
Richard Stephens Senior vice president, Boeing Co.
Louis W. Sullivan President emeritus, Morehouse School of Medicine; former U.S. secretary of health and human services
Sara Martinez Tucker President and CEO, Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Richard Vedder Economics professor, Ohio University
Charles M. Vest President emeritus and professor of mechanical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
David Ward President, American Council of Education
Robert Zemsky Education professor and chair, the Learning Alliance for Higher Education, University of Pennsylvania

A version of this article appeared in the September 28, 2005 edition of Education Week as Blue-Ribbon Panel

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