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The stress of change : testing the resilience of institutions

Publication Type:

Book

Authors:

Martin Kramer

Source:

New directions for higher education ; no. 151, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, Calif., p.121 (2010)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2300 .N5 NO.151

URL:

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/he.v2010:151/issuetoc

Keywords:

Education, Educational change--United States, Educational leadership--United States, Higher--Economic aspects--United States, Universities and colleges--United States--Administration

Abstract:

Contents: Editor's notes / Martin Kramer -- Mobilizing for an outbreak and its aftermath / Samantha Goldstein -- Conveying the meaning of the economic crisis / Luke A. Anderson -- Loss of accreditation at historically Black colleges and universities / Rhonda E. Baylor -- Looking for a way out / Gregory Esposito -- Tough questions facing women's colleges / Sara Kratzok -- Stress in senior faculty careers / Brendan C. Russell -- The future of shared governance / Matthew A. Crellin -- The Rose Art Museum crisis / Paul Dillon -- A contested institutional culture / Stephanie A. Morin -- Rapid change and legitimacy / Matthew Waldman.; Summary: "It is a premise of this collection of essays that we need to look at highly stressful change to understand, or at least get a feel for, the capacity of governance, administration, and faculty to deal with major issues"--Back cover.

Publication Language:

eng