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Susan G. Clark and Sandra C. Coyner, Editors
ISBN-10: 1-56534-174-0, ISBN-13: 978-1-56534-174-6
A great addition to any current text, this collection of case studies focuses on the functional areas of higher education administration. The book serves as an academic teaching tool and administrative support services reference, offering for each topical area a theoretical overview, relevant legal implications, and an accompanying case providing an application opportunity. Each case study is based on data generated from practicing higher education professionals representing a variety of institutions including two-year, four-year, public and private nonprofit, and for-profit schools. At the end of the chapters are lists of study questions provided by the authors.
Chapters are written by leaders in the field of higher education law:
1 Introduction – Susan G. Clark, University of Akron
2 Higher Education Finance – William E. Thro, University of Kentucky
3 Administration and Governance – Kerry Brian Melear, University of Mississippi
4 Academic Freedom/Collective Bargaining – Patrick D. Pauken, Bowling Green State University
5 Management: An Employment Perspective – Jeffrey C. Sun, University of Louisville
6 Student Services: Supporting Differences – Joy Blanchard, Louisiana State University