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Assistant to "Full": Rank and the Development of Expertise

by Dorothy E. Finnegan & Adrienne E. Hyle - 2009

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 111 Number 2, 2009, p. 443-479
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15221, Date Accessed: 4/1/2020 2:44:51 PM
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  • Dorothy E. Finnegan
    The College of William and Mary
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    DOROTHY E. FINNEGAN is associate professor in educational policy, planning, and leadership at The College of William and Mary. She earned her PhD in higher education at The Pennsylvania State University. Her research and teaching interests include the history of higher education, comparative higher education, and faculty issues. Finnegan is the senior editor of the ASHE Reader on Faculty and Faculty Issues. Most recently she has published “Raising and Leveling the Bar: Standards, Access, and the YMCA Evening Law Schools, 1890–1940” in the Journal of Legal Education and “A Potent Influence: The YMCA and YWCA at Penn College, 1882–1920s” in The Annals of Iowa. She is currently writing a history of the YMCA educational programs and its colleges.
  • Adrienne E. Hyle
    Oklahoma State University
    ADRIENNE E. HYLE is professor of educational leadership at Oklahoma State University. She currently serves the College of Education as Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, International Studies, and Research Administration. Hyle holds a PhD in higher education from Kansas State University. She researches and writes in the areas of leadership, organizational change, faculty and gender issues, as well as international studies. Her publications include one coauthored book (From Girls in Their Elements to Women in Science: Rethinking Socialization Through Memory-Work), five book chapters, and over 20 refereed journal articles.
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