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Pacific Review Winter 1995, Pacific Alumni Association Dec 1995

Pacific Review Winter 1995, Pacific Alumni Association

Pacific Magazine and Pacific Review

No abstract provided.


Volume 09, Number 01, Richard F. Welch Editor Dec 1995

Volume 09, Number 01, Richard F. Welch Editor

Reaching Through Teaching

Full text of Volume 09, Number 01 of Reaching Through Teaching.


The Alumni Network, December 1995 (Vol. Xi No. 4), Nova Southeastern University Dec 1995

The Alumni Network, December 1995 (Vol. Xi No. 4), Nova Southeastern University

Alumni Network Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Newsletter Vol.23 No.4 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Nov 1995

Newsletter Vol.23 No.4 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Practitioners' News - Fall 1995, Volume 23, Number 1, Nova Southeastern University Oct 1995

Practitioners' News - Fall 1995, Volume 23, Number 1, Nova Southeastern University

Practitioners' News

No abstract provided.


Newsletter Vol.23 No.3 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Sep 1995

Newsletter Vol.23 No.3 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Pacific Review Fall 1995, Pacific Alumni Association Aug 1995

Pacific Review Fall 1995, Pacific Alumni Association

Pacific Magazine and Pacific Review

No abstract provided.


The Alumni Network, August 1995 (Vol. Xi No. 3), Nova Southeastern University Aug 1995

The Alumni Network, August 1995 (Vol. Xi No. 3), Nova Southeastern University

Alumni Network Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Seniority, External Labor Markets, And Faculty Pay, Byron W. Brown, Stephen A. Woodbury Jul 1995

Seniority, External Labor Markets, And Faculty Pay, Byron W. Brown, Stephen A. Woodbury

Upjohn Institute Working Papers

We estimate the returns to seniority (the wage-tenure profile) for university faculty, and the degree to which these returns respond to entry-level salaries (or opportunity wages) a relationship unexplored in work to date. Using data on faculty at a Big Ten university (ours), we estimate elasticities of senior-faculty salaries with respect to entry-level salaries, and find that these elasticities decline with seniority. The evidence both provides an explanation of faculty salary compression and suggests the importance of controlling for entry-level salaries in obtaining estimates of the returns to seniority.


1995 Commencement - 26th Annual Commencement Exercises, Nova Southeastern University Jun 1995

1995 Commencement - 26th Annual Commencement Exercises, Nova Southeastern University

NSU Commencement Programs

No abstract provided.


1995 Commencement, Nova Southeastern University Jun 1995

1995 Commencement, Nova Southeastern University

NSU Commencement Programs

No abstract provided.


1995 Commencement - College Of Osteopathic Medicine, College Of Pharmacy, College Of Optometry And College Of Allied Health, Nova Southeastern University May 1995

1995 Commencement - College Of Osteopathic Medicine, College Of Pharmacy, College Of Optometry And College Of Allied Health, Nova Southeastern University

NSU Commencement Programs

No abstract provided.


1995 Commencement - 19th Annual Law Center Commencement, Nova Southeastern University May 1995

1995 Commencement - 19th Annual Law Center Commencement, Nova Southeastern University

NSU Commencement Programs

No abstract provided.


1995 Commencement - 26th Annual Commencement Exercises, Nova Southeastern University May 1995

1995 Commencement - 26th Annual Commencement Exercises, Nova Southeastern University

NSU Commencement Programs

No abstract provided.


Volume 08, Number 03, Richard F. Welch Editor May 1995

Volume 08, Number 03, Richard F. Welch Editor

Reaching Through Teaching

Full text of Volume 08, Number 03 of Reaching Through Teaching.


Machiavellian Attitudes Acknowledged By Principals Of Tennessee Secondary Schools, George M. Williams May 1995

Machiavellian Attitudes Acknowledged By Principals Of Tennessee Secondary Schools, George M. Williams

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study is to determine the level of Machiavellian attitudes acknowledged by secondary school principals as measured by the Mach V Attitude Inventory Scale. The data were collected from an ex post facto survey of 169 public and nonpublic secondary school principals, grades 9-12. Principals completed the Mach V scale and a 13-item demographic survey. Sixteen research questions were formulated to examine the relationship among the variables which produced seventeen null hypotheses. Of the seventeen null hypotheses, four were found to be significant and thirteen were nonsignificant. A review of the descriptive data indicated that the majority …


The Relationship Between Student And Faculty Learning Style Congruency And Perceptions Of The Classroom Environment In Colleges Of Teacher Education, Patrick N. Kariuki May 1995

The Relationship Between Student And Faculty Learning Style Congruency And Perceptions Of The Classroom Environment In Colleges Of Teacher Education, Patrick N. Kariuki

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to determine the extent of congruence between teachers' and undergraduate education majors' learning styles in selected colleges of the Tennessee Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, and to determine if the style congruence was related to student perceptions of the classroom learning environment. A related purpose was to identify needed changes in classroom environments based on the characteristics of the actual and ideal classroom environments as perceived by students, characteristics of the actual classroom environment as perceived by their teachers, and characteristics of actual and ideal classroom environments as perceived by men and women …


The Alumni Network, May 1995 (Vol. Xi No. 2), Nova Southeastern University May 1995

The Alumni Network, May 1995 (Vol. Xi No. 2), Nova Southeastern University

Alumni Network Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Pacific Review Spring 1995, Pacific Alumni Association Apr 1995

Pacific Review Spring 1995, Pacific Alumni Association

Pacific Magazine and Pacific Review

No abstract provided.


Newsletter Vol.23 No.2 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Apr 1995

Newsletter Vol.23 No.2 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Turnabout Time: Public Higher Education In The Commonwealth, Richard A. Hogarty, Aundrea E. Kelley, Robert C. Wood Mar 1995

Turnabout Time: Public Higher Education In The Commonwealth, Richard A. Hogarty, Aundrea E. Kelley, Robert C. Wood

John M. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies Publications

"Stay the course?"

"Steady as she goes" is the wrong prescription for charting the future of public higher education in the Commonwealth. A major course correction is in order if the coalition vital to the system's well-being is to hang together and be strengthened. With sharply divergent views being held by the public at large, political and business leaders, faculties and students--all groups essential to continuing educational progress--mutual accommodations and adjustments are the order of the day. Major changes in finance, institutional missions, curricula, and academic standards for faculty and students alike are imperatives.

The classic academic model that has …


Gender Differences In Faculty Turnover, Byron W. Brown, Stephen A. Woodbury Mar 1995

Gender Differences In Faculty Turnover, Byron W. Brown, Stephen A. Woodbury

Upjohn Institute Working Papers

Over the last 15 to 20 years, colleges and universities have paid increasing attention to attracting and retaining faculty women. The rate of progress of women in academe has nevertheless been painfully slow. For example, statistics on economists collected and published by the American Economic Association (Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession 1994) suggest that in recent years, about 20 percent of Economics assistant professors in graduate Ph.D.-granting departments were women, about 10 percent of associate professors were women, and under 5 percent of full professors were women. The percentage of new assistant professors who are …


The Alumni Network, February 1995 (Vol. Xi No. 1), Nova Southeastern University Feb 1995

The Alumni Network, February 1995 (Vol. Xi No. 1), Nova Southeastern University

Alumni Network Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Lessons Learned: Institutionalizing Service On The Campus, Corporation For National Service, Cooperative Education Assocation Jan 1995

Lessons Learned: Institutionalizing Service On The Campus, Corporation For National Service, Cooperative Education Assocation

Conference Proceedings

Learn and Serve America: Higher Education Corporation for National Service. January 26, 1995 Telebriefing: "Institutionalizing Service on Your Campus" Resource Packet.


Students As Satirists: Encouraging Critique And Comic Release, Carol Reeves Jan 1995

Students As Satirists: Encouraging Critique And Comic Release, Carol Reeves

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

No Abstract Available


Preparing The Way For Reform In Higher Education: Drawing Upon The Resources Of The Community-At-Large, Judith A. Ramaley Jan 1995

Preparing The Way For Reform In Higher Education: Drawing Upon The Resources Of The Community-At-Large, Judith A. Ramaley

Higher Education

Higher education is being asked to pay more attention to student learning and to contribute to the enhancement of the social and economic conditions of the community it serves. As a result, educational institutions will no longer be self-contained Community members and organizations have become not only critical partners inframing the goals and intentions of the educational reform movement, but they also have assets that must be tapped by educational institutions that wish to implement change and respond to social needs


The Nova Southeastern Lawyer, 1995, Volume 9, Number 1, Nova University - Shepard Broad Law Center Jan 1995

The Nova Southeastern Lawyer, 1995, Volume 9, Number 1, Nova University - Shepard Broad Law Center

Nova Lawyer

No abstract provided.


Volume 08, Number 02, Richard F. Welch Editor Jan 1995

Volume 08, Number 02, Richard F. Welch Editor

Reaching Through Teaching

Full text of Volume 08, Number 02 of Reaching Through Teaching.


Newsletter Vol.23 No.1 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Jan 1995

Newsletter Vol.23 No.1 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.