William bowen and eugene tobins new book locus of authority the evolution of faculty roles in the governance of higher education has just been published anyone interested in the governance of universities and colleges should read it. American higher education is widely praised for its accessibility scale and diversity in recent years this acclaim century old structure of faculty governance to enable col have eroded the facultys historic role as professionals and as equal participants in. Locus of authority the evolution of faculty roles in the governance of higher education 2015 book by william g bowen and eugene m tobin review by jennifer steele. Issues in governance of higher education and how administrators might begin to address their role and the role of faculty in decision making locus of authority the evolution of roles in the governance of higher education is composed of five chapters with the introduction serving as chapter 1 in it bowen and tobin set the stage for. Locus of authority the evolution of faculty roles in the governance of higher education author bowen william g locus of authority shows that the consequences of not addressing college and university governance are more than the nation can afford provided by publisher
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