The Case for an Institutional Perspective on Faculty Development

Clark, Shirley M.; Corcoran, Mary; Lewis, Darrell R.
March 1986
Journal of Higher Education;Mar/Apr1986, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p176
Academic Journal
Drawing Upon an institutional study of university faculty, an expanded institutional perspective designed to support and improve faculty and organizational vitality is proposed. Differentiated proactive policies and practices are recommended for different faculty groups.


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