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Hauff, Elaine M.; Berdie, Douglas R. – Thought and Action, 1989
Because part-time faculty play an important role in Minnesota, a study to learn about part-timer concerns, their areas of satisfaction and dissatisfaction, and the actions that would improve their situation was funded. The survey results are presented in six subsections. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Community Colleges, Part Time Employment, Part Time Faculty
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Murray, Thom; Swartz, John – Thought and Action, 1989
Overload pay gives the recipient the prospect of remaining afloat in educational cutbacks. College professionals who assume an overload contribute to lowering the standards of higher education. Ways in which deans or department heads justify these faculty 'ghosts' are outlined. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Compensation (Remuneration), Educational Finance, Faculty College Relationship
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Fullilove, Mindy; And Others – Thought and Action, 1988
A discussion of belated efforts to address the national problem of underrepresentation of Blacks in medicine and medical education notes the effectiveness of a California program that emphasizes both racial non-segregation and excellence. (MSE)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Allied Health Occupations Education, Black Achievement, Blacks
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Chamberlain, Mariam; And Others – Thought and Action, 1988
An essay on the institutionalization of women's studies in the college curriculum is followed by three responses describing women's studies programs at individual institutions and the approaches used to organize their curricula. (MSE)
Descriptors: College Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Feminism, Higher Education
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Calathes, William – Thought and Action, 1991
A review of the literature on minority underrepresentation in higher education and issues specific to community colleges suggests several solutions, including improved institutional commitment to hiring for diversity among faculty and administrators, multicultural expertise as a qualification for some positions, more hospitable campus and…
Descriptors: Administrator Selection, Change Strategies, Classroom Environment, College Environment
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