- Author:Joseph C. Morreale,Christine M. Licata
- Publisher:Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (October 15, 2005)
- Pages:232 pages
- Subcategory:Schools & Teaching
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by Joseph C. Morreale, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Christine M. Licata .
by Joseph C. Licata, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Rochester Institute of Technology The tenured faculty are the foundation for the academic pursuits and achievements of higher education in general and specific universities or colleges in particular.
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This volume brings together the findings from nine different institutional case studies, including research–oriented and teaching–oriented institutions of varying sizes, and one medical school. The book provides the most comprehensive report on the effectiveness and outcomes of post-tenure review within senior-level institutions as reported by campus faculty and administrators; this is the only national study to date that uses multiple methods of data collection to understand how campuses of differing size, mission, and culture experience the review process and describe its impact.
Contents includeAccountability and faculty performance Putting post-tenure review into context and practice Faculty and administrator views about post-tenure review practices: Qualitative findings A medical school version of post-tenure review Similarities and differences across institutions: Quantitative findings Bridging results to practice How post-tenure review is a lever for organizational change Considerations for the future
This book and its companion volumes allow practitioners, policymakers, and academic leaders to gain an understanding of the facets and issues associated with successfully conducting programs of post-tenure review.