ERIC Number: ED156086
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976-Jan
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Crises in Campus Management. Case Studies in the Administration of Colleges and Universities.
Mauer, George J., Ed.
The case study approach is used to analyze problems of college and university administration. Among the topics treated in this collection of essays are: from the expanding university to the steady state; university reorganization; the metropolitan state university; intercampus relations in multicampus universities; the politics of program reform; conflict between policy and institutional purpose; faculty committees in governance; professional accreditation; department chairmanship; faculty reduction in force; academic freedom; innovation; cost-effectiveness and accountability; liberal arts; prisoner education; public relations; the president; student learning experience in the community; the private college and the church-state issue; and public reaction to a campus fund for abortion loans. Comments are included after each section. (MSE)
Descriptors: Abortions, Academic Freedom, Accountability, Accreditation (Institutions), Administrative Organization, Administrative Problems, Case Studies, Church Related Colleges, College Administration, College Governing Councils, College Role, Correctional Education, Cost Effectiveness, Department Heads, Educational Change, Educational Innovation, Educational Policy, Field Experience Programs, Governance, Higher Education, Institutional Cooperation, Liberal Arts, Presidents, Private Colleges, Professional Education, Program Development, Public Relations, Retrenchment, State Universities, Student Loan Programs, Urban Universities
Praeger Publishers, 383 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 ($19.95)
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