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Codes of conduct in academia

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

New directions for higher education ; no. 160, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, p.104 (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2300 .N5 NO.160

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/10095056

Keywords:

College administrators--Professional ethics, Education, Higher--Moral and ethical aspects, Universities and colleges--United States--Administration

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction : The importance of codes of conduct for academia / John M. Braxton, Nathaniel J. Bray -- Toward a code of conduct for the presidency / J. Christopher Fleming -- Follow the code : rules or guidelines for academic deans' behavior? / Nathaniel J. Bray -- A normative code of conduct for admissions officers / Robert L. Hodum -- College and university codes of conduct for fund-raising professionals / Timothy C. Caboni -- Toward a code of conduct for graduate education / Eve Proper -- The existence of codes of conduct for undergraduate teaching in teaching-oriented four-year colleges and universities / Dawn Lyken-Segosebe, Yunkyung Min, John M. Braxton -- Organizational constraints and possibilities regarding codes of conduct / Nathaniel J. Bray, Danielle K. Molina, Bart A. Swecker -- Reflections on codes of conduct : asymmetries, vulnerabilities, and institutional controls / Nathaniel J. Bray, John M. Braxton.

Publication Language:

eng