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  • But she notes, offering John Silber's role as a change agent at Boston University as one example, "when administrators have the backing of the trustees, they can accomplish a good deal."

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  • This could be better achieved, she urges, through the use of long-term contracts accompanied by a performance review process aimed at eliminating the excesses of the tenure system and more closely aligning the interests of administrators, faculty and students.

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