ERIC Number: ED317809
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
Issues and Options: Energizing for the Future. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Region II, National University Continuing Education Association (Skytop, Pennsylvania, October 1988).
Kowalik, Thomas F., Comp.; Pula, James S., Comp.
The following 13 papers are included in this document: "Enrollment Management through Marketing and Advising" (Hoppin, Grimm); "Matching Institutions to Individual Needs: The Emerging Role of the Consortia" (Miller); "Institutional Ego or Institutional Access" (Ice); "Creating Integrated, Student-Centered Curricula" (Pula); "Creative Collaboration for the Professions: PENN's Program for Fund Raising Professionals" (Robinson); "University/Industry Program for Science Teachers" (Eisenstein); "Strategic Behavior for Continuing Educators: Becoming a Part of the Institutional Agenda" (Long); "Understanding Your Personal Management Style" (Hanson, Cavaliere); "Paths to Power in NUCEA (National University Continuing Education Association): A Regional Approach" (Yumkas); "Preparing Faculty to Teach in Unique Environments: A Panel Discussion" (Huebner, Johnstone, Kirby, Millis); "Working with Traditional Faculty in a Small Liberal Arts College" (Heffner); "Working with Faculty in a Research Institution" (Neustadt); and "Working with Traditional Faculty to Develop Conferences and Institutes" (Holden). (CML)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Administrator Education, Adult Education, Conferences, Continuing Education, Cooperative Programs, Faculty Development, Fund Raising, Higher Education, Inservice Teacher Education, Institutes (Training Programs), Institutional Role, Integrated Curriculum, Leadership Styles, Lifelong Learning, Nontraditional Education, School Business Relationship, Science Teachers, Student Recruitment
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Binghamton, NY. Region II.