In an environment where academic quality is constantly in question, the management and leadership of the academic staff are important, particularly when that staff is spread across multiple geographic locations. Category: Education Author : Kenneth P. The next two chapters deal specifically with issues pertaining to facultyand students. Their mission is a democratic and pragmatic one: to bring science, technology, agriculture, and the arts to the American people. The second chapter focuses on strategiesfor managing and leading academic staff spread across multiplecountries.
New Directions for Higher Education: Multinational Colleges and Universities — Leading, Governing, and Managing International Branch Campuses, 2011 155 , 53-64. Drawing on interviews with 27 college presidents and chancellors, Gavazzi and Gee explore the strengths and weaknesses of land-grant universities while examining the changing threats they face. Subsequent contributing chapters discuss the increasing interestamong developing nations to create a community college systemsimilar to that in the United States as well as the globalregulatory, legal, and policy environments. These include areas such as curriculum, system relations, fund raising, student affairs, athletics, public relations, faculty issues, communication internal and external , program creation, strategic planning, campus organization and assessment. The Review of Higher Education, 35 2 , 338-340.
This book is an in-depth and targeted resource, which shows students just what it takes to make the grade at the nation's leading private and public colleges by taking them step by step through the entire application process. Book by Kadison, Richard D. Each reading is listed only once, though many could be classified undermultiple sections. It looks at students in all phases of campus life-in the dormitories, at study, in sports, and on stage. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. This bibliography is divided into several sections to help readersnavigate the extensive listing.
It will assist academic professionals, stakeholders such as trustees, and students of higher education to better understand and use strategic planning as an effective process and as a method of collaborative leadership. Institute for Higher Education Governance and Law Policy Paper Series. As encomendas pagas em dia não útil, ou após as 19:00 horas hora de Portugal Continental , apenas são enviadas no dia útil seguinte. Higher Education Management and Policy, 24 3 , 161-176. In Leading Colleges and Universities, editors Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, Gerald B. Multinational colleges and universities: leading, governing, and managing international branch campuses. Operational Considerations for Opening a Branch Campus Abroad 65 Lawrence M.
It challenges the current stigmatic mindset with which many approach mentally ill students; instead it offers a hopeful vision for the overall mental health of our students. This bibliography is divided into several sections to help readers navigate the extensive listing. They represent two-year, baccalaureate and graduate institutions, and span the nation, from Florida to Washington State. Dealing with these issues can immobilize colleges and universities, or it can cause them to become so market-driven that they will sacrifice their own legacy of academic values. It emphasizes the leadership role of college and university presidents, but also provides important insights on the role of volunteers and fundraising professionals. This study develops a methodology to investigate the research activity at branch campuses based on their publications. The third chapter looks at the challenges of replicating the student collegiate experience that exists on the home campus.
Each reading is listed only once, though many could be classified under multiple sections. Each of these themes is at the heart of current debates about the capacity of universities to respond to new expectations, market realities, reduced state funding, globalization, technology, and a long list of other challenges. Many of the top higher education administrators in Korea believe that a culture of rote memorization and an overemphasis on test-taking skills, rather than creativity and critical thinking skills, have hindered the success of Korean higher education. Lane, Kevin Kinser Policies for importing and exporting international branch campuses are increasingly being formalized, with a number of countries explicitly encouraging educational trade as an economic development goal. This amounts to approximately one-third of all Korean students enrolled overseas Parry and Lee 2011.
International Higher Education, 70, 9-11. New Directions for Higher Education: Critical Perspectives on Global Competition in Higher Education, 2014 168 , 69-82. In this book they share real-life examples and stories that illustrate how they have dealt with the challenges they encountered. Students of history and education, academic historians will find this an informative and important text. Currently, 32 countries send campuses to 75 host countries Kinser and Lane 2016. Book by Mary Stuart Hunter, Jennifer Keup, Jullian Kinzie and Heather Maietta Eds.
Includes exclusive, invaluable, and revealing interviews with the country's leading admissions directors. The second chapter focuses on strategies for managing and leading academic staff spread across multiple countries. Without theory, organizational leaders are forced to treat each problem that they encounter as unique—as if it were a first-time occurrence. Each reading islisted only once, though many could be classified under multiplesections. The objective of this volume is to address issues of leadership, administration, and governance of branch campuses by using scholarly fieldwork and selected institutional case studies. Multinational colleges and universities: Leading, governing, and managing international branch campuses.
This autonomy creates possibilities for educational innovation and collaboration that are not always possible in more established settings. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 13 4 , 367-381. All costs, including those that arise on the main campus as a result of supporting an overseas branch campus, are carried exclusively by the host country. It systematically presents a range of theories that can be applied to many of the difficult management situations that college and university leaders encounter. Category: Education Author : Grady E. In Leading Colleges and Universities, editors Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, Gerald B.