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The institution of tenure—once a cornerstone of American colleges and universities—is rapidly eroding. Envisioning the Faculty for the Twenty-First Century weighs the concerns of university administrators, professors, adjuncts, and students in order to investigate whether there are ways to modify the existing system or promote new faculty models without shortchanging students or cheapening the mission of academia. It also examines the opportunities these systemic changes might create, offering universities a guide for responding to the rapidly evolving needs of an increasingly global society.

Table of Contents

  1. Half Title, Series Page, Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. vii-x
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xi-xii
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  1. Part One. The Context for a New Faculty Model
  1. 1. The Current Context for Faculty Work in Higher Education. Understanding the Forces Affecting Higher Education and the Changing Faculty
  2. Daniel Maxey, Adrianna Kezar
  3. pp. 3-22
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  1. 2. Recognizing the Need for a New Faculty Model
  2. Adrianna Kezar, Daniel Maxey
  3. pp. 23-42
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  1. Part Two. Ideas for a New Faculty Model
  1. 3. An Emerging Consensus about New Faculty Roles. Results of a National Study of Higher Education Stakeholders
  2. Adrianna Kezar, Elizabeth Holcombe, Daniel Maxey
  3. pp. 45-57
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  1. 4. Core Principles for Faculty Models and the Importance of Community
  2. Ann E. Austin, Andrea G. Trice
  3. pp. 58-80
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  1. 5. The Anatomy and Physiology of Medical School Faculty Career Models
  2. William T. Mallon
  3. pp. 81-100
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  1. 6. Students Speak about Faculty. What Students Need, What They Want, and What Helps Them Succeed
  2. Arleen Arnsparger, Joanna Drivalas
  3. pp. 101-116
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  1. 7. Faculty as Learners. The New Faculty Role through the Lens of Faculty Development
  2. Malcolm Brown
  3. pp. 117-129
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  1. 8. More Than a Zero-Sum Game. Shared Work Agreements
  2. Kerryann O’meara, Lauren DeCrosta
  3. pp. 130-142
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  1. 9. A New Paradigm for Faculty Work and Evaluation
  2. Richard Alan Gillman, Nancy Hensel, David A. Salomon
  3. pp. 143-156
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  1. 10. Internationalization and Faculty Work
  2. William Plater
  3. pp. 157-172
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  1. 11. The Future of Faculty Work. Academic Freedom and Democratic Engagement
  2. R. Eugene Rice
  3. pp. 173-191
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  1. 12. Aspirations and Inclinations among Emerging and Early-Career Faculty Members. Leveraging Strengths, Imagining Possibilities
  2. Leslie D. Gonzales, Aimee LaPointe Terosky
  3. pp. 192-203
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  1. 13. Resonant Themes for a Professoriate Reconsidered. Consensus Points to Organize Efforts toward Change
  2. Adrianna Kezar, Daniel Maxey
  3. pp. 204-216
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 217-224
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 225-226
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780813581026
Related ISBN
9780813581002
MARC Record
OCLC
956919746
Pages
256
Launched on MUSE
2016-08-23
Language
English
Open Access
No
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