ERIC Number: ED363256
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
Coloring the Halls of Ivy: Leadership & Diversity in the Academy.
Davis, Josephine D., Ed.
This collection of essays on cultural diversity and leadership in higher education includes: "The President's Role in Shaping the Culture of Academic Institutions" (F. C. Richardson); "Facilitating Change" (Barbara N. Anderson, Harris T. Travis); "Reflections of a 'Mother Confessor': African American Women's Roles and Power Relationships in Historically White Institutions" (Hilda Richards); "The Role of Female Chief Academic Officers in Institutionalizing Cultural Diversity in the Academy" (Yolanda T. Moses); "Things They Don't Teach You About Being a Dean" (Bernard Oliver, Josephine D. Davis); "Dispelling Myths, Affecting Change: A Dominican Woman's Journey Through the Groves of Academe" (Daisy Cocco de Filippis); "Recruitment and Retention of Minority Faculty and Students on Historically White Campuses" (David W. Williams); "Recruitment, Retention and Graduation of African American and Other Minority Students" (David W. Williams); "Queenie: A Case Study on Racial, Cultural and Gender Dimensions of Leadership" (Josephine D. Davis); "Eight Principles for Promoting Diversity with Dignity (Josephine D. Davis); and "Epilogue: A Visionary Leader in Challenging Times" (Debra H. Lu, Judith Kilborn). Most papers include references. (MSE)
Descriptors: Academic Persistence, Administrator Role, Blacks, Change Agents, Change Strategies, College Environment, College Faculty, College Presidents, Cultural Pluralism, Deans, Diversity (Faculty), Diversity (Institutional), Diversity (Student), Educational Change, Faculty Recruitment, Females, Higher Education, Leadership, Minority Groups, Organizational Change, Personal Narratives, Power Structure, School Holding Power, Sex Role, Student Recruitment
Anker Publishing Company, Inc., 176 Ballville Road, P.O. Box 249, Bolton, MA 01740-0249 ($28.95).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Books
Education Level: N/A
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Note: Foreword by Reginald Wilson.