ERIC Number: ED311939
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989
Reference Count: N/A
ACCT Trustee Quarterly; Volume 12, Numbers 1-4, 1987-1989.
Hutchins, Sally, Ed.
ACCT Trustee Quarterly, v12 n1-4 1987-1989
This document consists of the four issues in volume 12 of the "ACCT Trustee Quarterly," for winter 1987-88, spring 1988, summer 1988, and winter 1989, respectively. This journal presents articles on a wide variety of topics of interest and concern to two-year college trustees and other education professionals. The winter 1987-88 issue features articles on a national survey of the attitudes of trustees; a campaign to preserve the Associate of Arts Degree in Nursing; enhancing the image of the college in the community; college support of farming and rural communities; fund raising; and the Unrelated Business Income Tax. The spring 1988 issue is a special publication on St. Petersburg Junior College in Florida. In addition to articles by the college president and board chairman, it contains essays by faculty and staff on institutional effectiveness; applied ethics; partnerships with business; health programs; a dual credit program; underprepared students; articulation; student performance feedback; and faculty development. The summer 1988 volume includes articles on the economic impact of community colleges; environmental liability; the structure of community college foundation boards; recruitment and retention of minorities; the Montgomery GI Bill; merit recognition; literacy for non-native English speakers; and faculty development. The winter 1989 issue displays a change in format for the Quarterly. It provides essays under the departments of Academic Affairs, Legislative Advocacy, Community Relations, Employee Relations, and Commentary and the following feature articles: "How Does Your President Measure Up?" by Charles Harrison and "Community Colleges Exhibit New Spirit of Fund Raising Aggressiveness," by Diana L. Pabst. (AJL)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Practitioners; Policymakers
Authoring Institution: Association of Community Coll. Trustees, Annandale, VA.