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Competing conceptions of academic governance : negotiating the perfect storm

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Johns Hopkins University Press, Volume Johns Hopkins pbk, Baltimore, Md., p.228 (2009)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2341 .C7234 2009

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8515117

Keywords:

Education, Higher--United States--Administration, Universities and colleges--United States--Administration

Abstract:

Contents: Going global : governance implications of cross-border traffic in higher education / Simon Marginson -- The paradox of scope : a challenge to the governance of higher education / David J. Collis -- Faculty involvement in system-wide governance / Neil W. Hamilton -- The ambiguous future of public higher education systems / Terrence J. MacTaggart -- Governing the twenty-first-century university : a view from the bridge / James J. Duderstadt -- A growing quaintness : traditional governance in the markedly new realm of U.S. higher education / George Keller -- University governance and academic freedom / Robert M. O'Neil -- Improving academic governance : utilizing a cultural framework to improve organizational performance / William G. Tierney.

Notes:

"In Competing Conceptions of Academic Governance, William G. Tierney brings together faculty members, administrators, and policy experts to discuss multiple perspectives on academic governance at institutional, national, and international levels. the authors address the effects of globalization and the prospect of international accreditation; balancing the entrepreneurial and philosophical goals of higher education; the interaction between state governments and public universities; and the conflicting interests and roles of boards of trustees, administrators, and faculty."