If a female president is good for the Ivy League, why not for the rest of us?
On July 1, Elizabeth Garrett assumed the presidency of Cornell University.
With this, half of the eight-member Ivy League schools now have female presidents. Garrett joins an illustrious group: Christina Paxson (Brown University), Drew Faust (Harvard University) and Amy Gutmann (University of Pennsylvania).
But what about colleges and universities outside the Ivy League?