Academic journal article College and University

Editor's Note

Academic journal article College and University

Editor's Note

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David Kalsbeek, DePaul University, offers Part Three of his reflections on Strategic Enrollment Management (sem) strategies and structures. In this installment he explores how the four orientations to sem described in previous issues can be more fully realized by drawing parallels with Carl Jung's theories about perception and judgment to gain a better understanding of individual differences and to use that understanding to promote organizational change.

Have small private colleges changed their enrollment management organizational models in recent years? Brian A. Vander Schee, University of Pittsburgh-Bradford Campus, describes conventional enrollment management models and reports on a study conducted with a select group of small colleges to examine the evolution of enrollment management organizational models.

Three years ago the British government published a White Paper that began with a serious critique of British universities. Geoffrey Alderman, American Intercontinental University, and Roger Brown, Southampton Solent University, note the similarities between the White Paper and the report of the Bush administration's Commission on the Future of Higher Education. They propose a radical agenda for both countries that would enable them to get the best value from their institutions.

Three universities in California joined together to form an educational partnership that takes advantage of the depth and breadth of faculty expertise on each campus to develop a high-quality doctoral program in educational leadership. Robert Vieth, Sonoma State University, describes how the collaboration unfolds using three decision-making models to serve as a lens into how decisions were reached throughout the formation of the program. …

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