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ERIC Number: ED446610
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 167
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0162-7910
AAHE Bulletin, 1999-2000.
Hendley, Vicky, Ed.
AAHE Bulletin, v52 n1-10 Sep 1999-Jun 2000
The 10 issues of this organizational journal provide news columns, calls for proposals, conference information, and several major articles. Articles in this volume include: (1) "New Path, Same Goal: An Interview with Blenda Wilson" (Miller); (2) "Making a Difference: Service Learning as an Activism Catalyst and Community Builder" (Calderon); (3) "State of the Association: A Report from the President on the State of the American Association for Higher Education" (Miller); (4) "The Renewing Power of a Sabbatical" (Sabatini); (5) "Who Will Have Access to the Virtual University? Educators and Policymakers Must Work Together To Ensure That No One Is Excluded from the Educational Opportunities in Cyberspace" (Gladieux and Swail); (6) "How I Plan To Improve Higher Education: The 1999 K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award Recipients Share Their Plans, Goals, and Visions for the Future"; (7) "Myths That Make Chairs Feel They Are Powerless: Sic Fallacies That Stifle Change--And How To Overcome Them" (Locas); (8) "Learning for Organizing: Institutional Reading Groups as a Strategy for Change" (Eckel); (9) "If a Forest Falls, Is It Because No One Was Listening? A Deconstructionist Fairy Tale for Academe" (Chail); (10) "Evaluating Department Achievements: Consequences of the Work of Faculty: Some Colleges Have Learned How To Change the Program Assessment Process from a Dreaded Chore to a Learning Experience. Here Are Their Strategies" (Wergin); (11) "The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Questions and Answers from the Field" (Cambridge); (12) "Telling It Like It Is: Using Social Norms Marketing Campaigns To Reduce Student Drinking" (DeJong and Kinkebach); (13) "Bringing the Carnegie Classification into the 21st Century: The Carnegie Classification Has Served Higher Education Well for Three Decades, But the Time Has Come for a New Approach That Recognizes the Many Dimensions of Commonality and Difference among Institutions" (Mc Cormick); (14) "Straight Talk on Race and American Society: Angela Oh Has Traveled the Country Listening to Americans' Ideas about Race. As a Speaker at the 2000 National Conference on Higher Education, She'll Share Some of What She's Heard. Here's a Preview" (Interview by Hendley); (15) "'Stereotype Threat' and Black College Students: When Capable Black College Students Fail To Perform as Well as Their White Counterparts, the Explanation Often Has Less To Do with Preparation or Ability Than with the Threat of Stereotypes about Their Capacity To Succeed" (Steele); (16) "Making Remedial Education Work: Community Colleges Still Have a Long Way To Go To Meet the Needs of At-Risk Students. Here Are Six Recommendations To Improve Your College's Programs" (Roueche and Roueche); (17) "30 Years of Higher Education: Members Reflect on How Far Education Has Come and How Far It Still Must Go To Provide Every Student with the Best Learning Experience Possible" (Hendley); (18) "Embracing Civic Responsibility: How Can a College Integrate the Needs of the Community into Its Mission? University of Vermont President Judith Ramaley Shares Her Experience Nurturing an 'Engaged University'" (Ramaley); (19) "How Post-Tenure Review Became Law: Inside the Legislative Process in Arizona and Texas" (Gignac, Cuellar, Licata); (20) "Institutional Planning That Makes a Difference: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why" (Korschgen, Fuller, and Lambert); (21) "Business and Education in Transition: Why New Partnerships Are Essential to Student Success in the 'New Economy'" (Rao and Sylvester); (22)"2000 AAHE National Conference in Review" (Hendley); (23) "Fair Assessment Practices; Giving Students Equitable Opportunities To Demonstrate Learning" (Suskie); (24) "Strategies To Achieve a Diverse Faculty and Staff: Attracting and Maintaining a Truly Diverse Campus Community Takes Hard Work, Creativity, and a Campus-Wide Commitment" (Spangler and Wilson); and (25) "Rewarding Volunteer Educators: How To Keep Community Professionals Involved in Student Training Programs" (Bellack and King). (SLD)
American Association for Higher Education, P.O. Box 98168, Washington, DC 20090-8168 ($10 per issue). Tel: 202-293-6440; Fax: 202-293-0073.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Association for Higher Education, Washington, DC.