Academic Departments: How They Work, How They Change

Academic Departments: How They Work, How They Change

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ISBN-13: 9780787957148
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 01/01/2001
Series: J-B ASHE Higher Education Report Series (AEHE) Series , #22
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 9.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

BARBARA E. WALVOORD directs the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Notre Dame, where she is also a concurrent professor of English and a fellow of the Institute for Educational Initiatives. She was named 1987 Maryland English Teacher of the Year for Higher Education and received Notre Dame's presidential award in 1999. ANNA K. CAREY is professor emerita of English at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College, where she served as division chair, director of freshman English compentency testing, and chair of general education. She was a founder and cochair of the Project to Improve and Reward Teaching. HOKE L. SMITH is president of Towson University if Maryland where he has sponsored and participated in a highly successful faculty, chair, and staff leadership development program. He has been chair of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities and of the American Council on Education. SUZANNE W. SOLED is associate professor of educational foundation at the University of Cincinnati. She has served as director of programs for honors students, developmental studies, and faculty development, including the Project to Improve and Reward Teaching. PHILIP K. WAY is director of the University Honors Scholars Program at the University of Cincinnati, where he is associate professor and was formerly assistant head and director of undergraduate studies in economics. Recipient of two National Science Foundation grants to enhance the teaching of economics, he also has codirected the Project to Improve and Reward Teaching. DEBBIE ZORN is director of the University of Cincinnati Evaluation Services Center, which assists more than 40 universities, schools, and social services agencies with assessment and evaluation. She has been as instructional specialist and program coordinator at the University of Cincinnati, as well as an adjunct instructor in educational foundations and a secondary school English teacher.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Assesing the Pressures for Departmental Change
Examining Values in the Department
The Discipline and the Department
Departmental Relations with Central Administration
Departmental Organization, Decision Making, and Interaction
Departmental Leadership
Departmental Work, Faculty Roles, and Rewards
Conclusions: Departmental Change
Appendix: Summary of Departmental Characteristics and Avenues for Change

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