Members of the Commission on Higher Education

October 2006
Perspectives;Oct2006, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p6
A list of the members of the Commission on Higher Education in the U.S. is presented. They include Nicholas Donofrio, executive vice president of IBM Corp., James J. Duderstadt, university professor of science and engineering of the University of Michigan, and Gerri Elliott, corporate vice president of the worldwide public sector of Microsoft Corp.


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