By Kay J. Gillespie, Douglas L. Robertson, William H. Bergquist

ISBN-10: 0470405570

ISBN-13: 9780470405574

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Jarmon, & L. L. ), Letters from the future: Linking students and teaching with the diversity of everyday life (pp. 3–25). Sterling, VA: Stylus. Lindquist, J. (1978). Approaches to collegiate teaching improvement. In J. ), Designing teaching improvement programs (pp. 3–22). Berkeley, CA: Pacific Soundings. , K. (2001). Incorporating diversity in all faculty/ staff development programs . . Regardless of the content. Journal of Faculty Development, 18(2), 57–64. Lovitts, B. E. (2001). Leaving the ivory tower: The causes and consequences of departure from doctoral study.

2000). TEACHnology: Linking teaching and technology in faculty development. In M. Kaplan & D. ), To improve the academy: Vol. 18. Resources for faculty, instructional, and organizational development (pp. 151–163). Bolton, MA: Anker. Smith, K. S. (2000). Faculty development that transforms the undergraduate experience at a research university. In D. Lieberman & C. ), To improve the academy: Vol. 19. Resources for faculty, instructional, and organizational development (pp. 193–204). Bolton, MA: Anker.

Student enrollments in colleges and universities increased, along with a steady democratization of higher education: today’s student body includes more first-generation college students, more students of color, more international students, and more nontraditional students than ever before. The assessment movement caught hold, and with it came a growing demand for accountability from the American public as so-called consumers of higher education. Simultaneously, the academic disciplines evolved; new fields of study appeared, including alternative epistemologies arising from feminism, African American studies, critical theory, postmodernism, and multidisciplinary approaches.

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