Journal of Higher Education

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

Articles from Vol. 76, No. 2, March-April

A Comparison of International Student and American Student Engagement in Effective Educational Practices
American society is more diverse now than at any previous time (Keller, 2001). It is no surprise, then, that knowledgeable observers both inside and outside the academy say that an important goal of higher education is to prepare culturally competent...
From the Liberal to the Practical Arts in American Colleges and Universities: Organizational Analysis and Curricular Change
One of the most important changes in American higher education over the last 30 years has been the gradual shrinking of the old arts and sciences core of undergraduate education and the expansion of occupational and professional programs. Occupational...
Minority Enrollment Demand for Higher Education at Historically Black Colleges and Universities from 1976 to 1998: An Empirical Analysis
Introduction Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) were established during the segregation period of U.S. history in response to the demand for education by Blacks who did not have access to White educational institutions. As a group,...
Whatever Happened to Postmodernism in Higher Education?: No Requiem in the New Millennium
For a social theory perspective that was assumed to be a passing fad, postmodernism has had remarkable staying power. While spawning a range of new and exciting ideas, postmodernism has generated heated academic controversies that have lasted for decades....

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