[...] the value of a book does not automatically diminish with the passage of time; the text has a message that remains squarely positioned at the center of campus discussions regarding the best model for promoting academic scholarship and improved work quality among faculty. Ann Austin is a distinguished professor of higher, adult, and lifelong learning at Michigan State University whose research has focused on faculty careers, roles and professional development, as well as organizational change and transformation in higher education.
Book review essay Rethinking Faculty Work: Higher Education’s Strategic Imperative by Judith M. Gappa, Ann E. Austin and Andrea G. Trice. Jossey-Bass © 2007,
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