Leadership in Times of Change: A Handbook for Communication and Media Administrators

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10. Initiate and develop closer contacts with colleagues at nearby colleges and universities.
11. Collect and share business and educational research that supports the need for speech communication skills.
12. Obtain documents and services available from the NCA that support the program or the speech communication requirement.
13. Encourage faculty members to become involved in campuswide projects and programs that demonstrate the importance of communication study and skills.
14. Track transfer problems in order to identify institutions and programs that will not accept courses transferred from the community college.
15. Collaborate with local colleges and universities when developing new courses, revising a curriculum, or seeking a new associate degree to ensure transferability.
16. Obtain copies of master syllabi, catalogs, and program descriptions from local colleges and universities as the basis for comparing community college and 4-year college courses.
17. Be willing to make transferability a political issue.
18. Avoid isolation by building bridges across the college and into the community.
19. Pursue political goals by placing faculty in key positions.

REFERENCES

1997 Higher Education Directory. ( 1997). Falls Church, VA: Higher Education Publications.

American Association of Community Colleges. ( 1995). National profile of community colleges: Trends and statistics, 1995- 1996. Washington, DC: Author.

Association for Communication Administration. ( 1997). Communication program review standards. Annandale, VA: Author.

Cohen A. M., & Brawer F. B. ( 1987). The collegiate function of community colleges. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Engleberg I. N. ( 1996). "Let's get political: Strategies for departmental survival and growth." Journal of the Association for Communication Administration,2, 143-149.

Engleberg I. N., & Wynn D. R. ( 1995). DACUM: A national database justifying the study of speech communication. Journal of the Association for Communication Administration,1, 28-37.

Gadberry J. L. ( 1996). The adjunct faculty instructor facilitator. "Academic Leadership," 4, 10-12.

McCabe R. H. ( 1993, June 3). "The status of community college educational programs: The views of 100 CEOs." Community College Week, pp. 4-5.

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