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Priorities of the Professoriate: Engaging Multiple Forms of Scholarship Across Rural and Urban Institutions


reviewed by Jay R Dee & Cheryl J. Daly November 30, 2017

coverTitle: Priorities of the Professoriate: Engaging Multiple Forms of Scholarship Across Rural and Urban Institutions
Author(s): Fred A. Bonner Ii,‎ Rosa M. Banda,‎ Petra A. Robinson (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1681230704, Pages: 190, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 30, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22202, Date Accessed: 12/14/2017 5:17:10 AM

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  • Jay Dee
    University of Massachusetts Boston
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    JAY R. DEE is a professor of higher education at the University of Massachusetts Boston. His research interests include organizational theory, higher education governance, faculty development, and the academic workplace. His most recent book, with James Bess, is Bridging the Divide between Faculty and Administration: Understanding Conflict in the Academy (2014, Routledge). He is currently conducting research on organizational learning and strategic planning in higher education.
  • Cheryl Daly
    University of Massachusetts Boston
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    CHERYL J. DALY Cheryl J. Daly conducts research on faculty learning communities and organizational change in higher education. She has also studied the relationship between academic workplace conditions and faculty turnover intentions. In addition to teaching courses in higher education leadership, Dr. Daly has extensive professional experience as an administrator in student affairs, multicultural affairs, and college student retention programs.
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