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Integrating Police Academy Training with Higher Education
(Virginia Police Chief, 2000-01)
Articles in professional journals and discussion among law enforcement executives, educators and trainers reveal a heightened interest in the relationship between higher education and entry level law enforcement. This is ...
Inequality: Underrepresentation of African American males in U.S. higher education.
Although the percentage of Blacks earning college degrees has nearly doubled over the past 20 years, Blacks earn only 10% of college degrees, 12% of graduate degrees, and 7% of doctoral degrees (U.S. Census Bureau, 2013). ...
Workplace Flexibility in Higher Education: Reflections on the National Challenge for Higher Education Conference
(USM Women's Forum, 2015)
The American Council on Education and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation recently hosted the National Challenge for Higher Education Conference, in Washington, D.C. Among the impressive list of speakers was our own USM chancellor, ...
Balancing Work and Family in Higher Education: Best Practices and Barriers
(Demeter Press, 2012-01)
Many women have been attracted to the teaching profession over the years. Teaching in higher education environment may, on face, have great appeal as an opportunity in which faculty enjoy a high degree of autonomy in their ...
Faculty: Adjunct and Contingent
(Sage Publications, 2011)
Contingent workers are those individuals without any expectation of long-term or continuous employment within an organization. Within the field of higher education, contingent workers include part-time adjuncts and full-time ...