The Academic Workplace
From 1989 to 2006, NERCHE distributed a newsletter that aimed to increase readers' understanding of higher education policy and practices. The themes for The Academic Workplace were drawn from Think Tank discussions, NERCHE research projects, and conference topics. Feature articles and book reviews explored, for instance, the impact of technology on campuses, for-profit higher education, and department chairs as change agents.
Past issues of The Acadmeic Workplace can be downloaded below:
- Spring 2006: Learning Equity-mindedness: Equality in Educational Outcomes
- Spring 2005: Learning a New Kind of Leadership for the Academic Workplace
- Spring 2004: Class in the Academy
- Fall 2003: HEA Reauthorization: Why it Matters
- Spring 2003: Leveling the Field
- Fall/Winter 2002: The Politics of Civic Engagement
- Spring 2002: Uniting Old Adversaries: Teaming Efficiency & Equity for Social Justice
- Fall/Winter 2001: Hidden Diversity on the Postmodern Campus
- Spring/Summer 2001: The Promise of a Scholarship of Engagement
- Fall/Winter 2000: For-Profit and Traditional Institutions: What Can Be Learned from the Differences?
- Spring/Summer 1995: Today's College Students: Myths and Realities
- Spring/Summer 1994: Reduce Student Costs and Enhancing Student Learning: The Challenge of the 1990's
- Fall/Winter 1992: Issues Facing Higher Education
- Spring/Summer 1992: Of Petals and Purposes: The Keene State College Reorganization of Student Affairs
- Fall/Winter 1991: Windmills & General Education Reform
- Spring/Summer 1991: Stalking the People's Schools: The Roots and Harvest of the Comprehensive Sector
- Fall/Winter 1990: Faculty Shortages: Are They Here? What Can We Do About Them?
- Spring/Summer 1990: Notes on Teaching Pluralism
- Fall 1989: The Roots of Faculty Dissatisfaction