Journal of Higher Education

A journal covering higher education issues in management and teaching for the academic audience.

Articles from Vol. 71, No. 4, July

Exploring the Scholarship of Teaching
Ever since Boyer (1990) introduced his notion of the scholarship of teaching, its precise meaning, implications (Menges & Weimer, 1996), and assessment (Glassick, Huber, & Maeroff, 1997) have remained unresolved issues. In this article we explore...
Faculty Time Allocation
A Study of Change Over Twenty Years Previous research suggests that research productivity at the institutional level has been steadily increasing over time and that an institution's place in the hierarchy influences the nature of that change (Bentley...
Good Sports?
Historical Perspective on the Political Economy of Intercollegiate Athletics in the Era of Title IX, 1972-1997 On April 21, 1997 the United States Supreme Court refused to hear the case of Brown University versus Cohen, thus upholding a lower court...
The Changing Face of Accountability
Monitoring and Assessing Institutional Performance in Higher Education Introduction During the last decade dramatic changes have emerged in the way governments interact with colleges and universities. Governmental authorities are no longer as...
To Keep or Not to Keep Performance Funding
Signals from Stakeholders Introduction Performance funding for public colleges and universities, which ties state funding to institutional performance, shows the conflicting characteristics of popularity and volatility. By 1999, 16 states had...
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