restricted access   Volume 9, Number 1, 1985

Table of Contents

From: The Review of Higher Education

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Institutional Effectiveness in Higher Education: An Introduction

pp. 1-4
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Student Characteristics and Perceptions of University Effectiveness

pp. 5-20
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Faculty Effectiveness: Meeting Institutional Needs and Expectations

pp. 21-34
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Administrative Effectiveness in Higher Education

pp. 35-49
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A Notion at Risk

pp. 51-65
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Institutional Effectiveness Using Scholarly Peer Assessments as Major Criteria

pp. 67-82
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Effectiveness: The Perspective from Organizational Theory

pp. 83-100
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Assessing Effectiveness in Higher Education

pp. 101-118
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Abstracts of Papers Presented at the ASHE Annual Meeting, March 15–17, 1985, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois

pp. 119-128
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Improving Retention and Performance: A Case of Useable Attention

p. 119
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Factors Contributing to Job Satisfaction of University Mid-Level Administrators

p. 120
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Managing Resource Uncertainty through Academic Staffing in Four-Year Colleges and Universities

p. 120
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Correlates of the Vital Academic Career: What Do We Know? What Do We Need to Know?

p. 120
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Current Appointment & Tenure Practices: Their Impact on New Faculty Careers

p. 120
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Economies of Scale in Higher Education: Fifty Years of Research

p. 121
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Cultural Congruence, Strength, and Type: Relationships to Effectiveness

p. 121
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Excellence in Research: Creative Organizational Responses at Berkeley, Harvard, MIT, and Stanford

p. 121
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The Supreme Court and Academe: The Evolution of Constitutional Doctrines for Higher Education

p. 121
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Factors Related to Educational Participation Among Adults

p. 122
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The College President as Crisis Manager

p. 122
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Who Goes Where?: A Study of the Postsecondary Destinations of 1980 High School Graduates

p. 122
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A Research Overview of Student College Choice

p. 122
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Life Roles: A Multifaceted Approach to Adult Development

p. 123
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What Prolific Higher Education Scholars Have to Say About Their Careers

p. 123
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A Research Based Approach to Students in Academic Difficulty: Characteristics and Intervention

p. 123
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The Effects of Aging on Faculty Productivity

p. 123
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An Investigation of the Status of Post-Tenure Faculty Evaluation in Selected Community Colleges

p. 124
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Part-Time Faculty: Institutional Needs and Career Dilemmas

p. 124
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Models of Institutional Governance: Academic Deans’ Decision-Making Patterns as Evidenced by Chairpersons

p. 124
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Research Universities: Producers of Economic Development or Luxury Goods?

p. 124
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A Comparative Analysis of the Predictors of Black and White Students’ Academic Achievement in College: A Case for Expanding Admissions Policies to Include Quality of the College Experience

p. 125
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Curriculum Content and Change in the 1980s

p. 125
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Politics, Quality, and Passion: A Case Study of Reorganization in Higher Education

p. 125
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Specializations in Academic Disciplines: “Spokes on a Wheel.”

p. 125
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Comments on the Evolution and Integration of Coordination Board Functions: Invited Critique of Current Research

p. 126
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Early Career Outcomes of Baccalaureate Recipients: A Study of Native Four-Year and Transfer Two-Year College Students

p. 126
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Motivational Orientation within the Tinto Model of College Withdrawal

p. 126
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The Economics of Recognizing Prior Learning in a Baccalaureate Degree Program for Adults

p. 126
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The History of Higher Education: An Agenda for the Useful Past as a Lively Art

p. 127
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Responses by Humanities Departments to the Oversupply of PhDs

p. 127
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Toward the Study of Functional Linkages in Statewide Agencies for Higher Education

p. 127
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Developing Faculty as Researchers

p. 127
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Characteristics of Enrollment Competition in Higher Education

p. 128
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Governors and Higher Education: An Unstudied Relationship

p. 128
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State Policy and Private Higher Education: A Preliminary Research Report

p. 128
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Doctoral Study in Graduate Schools of Education: Conflict between Research Ethos and Professional Mission

p. 128
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Professional Communications

pp. 129-130
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