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Year Vol.Issue Title Author Page
2014 25.2 Working with People in Conflict: Conversational Strategies for Deans T. W. Meyer 26
2014 25.2 Using Conflict to Achieve True Peace R. K. Crookston 23
2014 25.2 Managing Academic Messes D. L. Dustin & K. A. Schwab 22
2014 25.2 Blow the Whistle: Chairing Like a Coach B. Lawson-Williams 19
2014 25.2 We're All in This Together: The Value of Summer Chair Camps R. K. Olsen, D. Ashe, & C. Clements 17
2014 25.2 Mentoring the "Terminal Associate Professor" J. L. Buller 15
2014 25.2 Maintaining Senior Faculty Productivity N. D. Lees 11
2014 25.2 The Key Role of Chairs in Equity Efforts: Lessons from Writing an ADVANCE-Catalyst Grant Proposal I. Bergom, R. Olwell, & C. Petrescu 10
2014 25.2 Massification, Technology, and the Transformation of Pedagogy Irene W. D. Hecht 8
2014 25.2 Supporting Interdisciplinary Programs: A Dean's Perspective R. D. Crabtree 4
2014 25.2 What a Chair Wants, What a Chair Needs: Ideal Training Approaches R. E. Cipriano & R. L. Riccardi 3
2014 25.2 Beyond the Boom: Intergenerational Collaboration and Succession Planning for Dynamic Departments J. L. Booth & M. Rosa 1
2014 25.1 Using Facebook to Enhance Departmental Community N. Williams 25
2014 25.1 Implementing Online Degrees: A Tale of Two Programs M. Thomas-Evans & M. Pomper 24
2014 25.1 Building Sense of Community in Online Formats M. Harr & C. L. Scanlan 22
2014 25.1 Dropping the Plumb Line: A Test of Leadership D. G. Summers 18
2014 25.1 The Chair of 2014: Faculty, Administrator, and Academic Leader D. Pinto 17
2014 25.1 Goals for College: Student Perspectives R. E. Cipriano 16
2014 25.1 Promoting Best Practices in Student Retention N. D. Lees 12
2014 25.1 The Chair's Influence on the Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes F. Burrack 10
2014 25.1 Developing Departmental Focus I.W.D. Hecht 8
2014 25.1 Interprofessional Collaboration: A Faculty Engagement Model M. Herie & S. Wells 5
2014 25.1 Working with a Former Dean K. Ryan 3
2014 25.1 Policy: How to Stay on Top and Out of Trouble R. K. Crookston 1
2014 24.4 Leading in Crisis: The Four Traps of Decision Making L. G. Canton 27
2014 24.4 Proactive Leadership Strategies for Student Recruitment V. Vallo Jr. 24
2014 24.4 On Being a New Department Chair M. U. Huckvale 23
2014 24.4 Campus Computing 2013 Survey 22
2014 24.4 Creating an Assurance of Learning Day L. W. Carnes 18
2014 24.4 Six Myths About Conducting Effective Meetings J. L. Buller 16
2014 24.4 The Department Chair's Return Journey W. H. Gmelch 13
2014 24.4 The Department Chair: Consistency in a Sea of Change R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 10
2014 24.4 Managing Faculty Over-Performance J. Grundy 9
2014 24.4 The Transformation of Faculty Careers I.W.D. Hecht 6
2014 24.4 Closing the Gap in Chairs' Perceptions S. Benton 4
2014 24.4 When Program Restructuring Is a Possibility S. A. Jackson 3
2014 24.4 Finding Happiness as Chair: What the Buddha Said R. Brown & D. Linn 1
2014 24.3 Reflections from a Former Chair: Lessons Learned C. O. Lynch 24
2014 24.3 Protecting, Enabling, and Mentoring: The Chair's Role in Supporting New Faculty W. H. Bowen 22
2014 24.3 Protecting, Enabling, and Mentoring: The Chair's Role in Supporting New Faculty W. H. Bowen 22
2014 24.3 How Far the Law Reaches and How Loudly It Speaks W. A. Kaplin & B. A. Lee 18
2014 24.3 Thoughts on the Chair Role R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 17
2014 24.3 The Search for New Faculty: Process and Problems R. A. Blumenthal 15
2014 24.3 Preparing for a Program Review G. Burns 12
2014 24.3 Pursuing Self-Knowledge While Transitioning to Academic Chair R. Tolleson Knee 10
2014 24.3 New Faculty, New Dilemmas I.W.D. Hecht 8
2014 24.3 Regular Challenges of the Dean's Job M. Reed 5
2014 24.3 Change Leadership for Chairs J. L. Buller 3
2014 24.3 The Entrepreneurial Role of the Department Chair N. D. Lees 1
2013 24.2 Defining the Chair Role: One College's Exprience D. Z. Hodges 24
2013 24.2 Uniting Your Department: Finding a Common Denominator J. D. Nelson 23
2013 24.2 Scandal: How to Respond When the Department's Reputation Is on the Line J. L. Buller 20
2013 24.2 Collecting and Utilizing Departmental Data N. D. Lees 18
2013 24.2 Navigating Waves of Change, Part II: A Peer-Led Chair Development Series L. Wadlington, K. E. Stooksbury, C. N. Dalton, & J. J. Buckner 16
2013 24.2 Preparing for Program Review S. J. Ferguson 15
2013 24.2 Dealing with a Noncollegial Faculty Member R. E. Cipriano & J. MacGregor 12
2013 24.2 Decision Points: Hot Issues with Technology in Higher Education D. L. Smith 10
2013 24.2 Transformational Change: The New Face of Higher Education I.W.D. Hecht 8
2013 24.2 Social Networking and Academic Freedom J. K. Dalager 5
2013 24.2 Faculty or Administration? Chairing at a Unionized Institution P. V. Markunas & S. Dargan 3
2013 24.2 Leadership Transitions and the Importance of Trust C. L. Foos, K. Frank, M. Pomper, M. Thomas-Evans, & R. Tolley 1
2013 24.1 Career Pathways: Retention and Recruitment Strategies for Academic Departments and Institutions R. S. Rafes, S. L. Malta, & M. T. Siniscarco 26
2013 24.1 A Six-Year Study of Department Chairs R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 22
2013 24.1 Leading Faculty Through Times of Change: The Chair's Evolving Role D. Pinto 20
2013 24.1 How to Become a Reflective and Compassionate Leader D. L. Nardick 18
2013 24.1 Navigating Waves of Change: A Peer-Led Chair Development Series K. E. Stooksbury, C. N. Dalton, L. Wadlington, & J. J. Buckner 16
2013 24.1 Prioritizing the Mission in Times of Economic Uncertainty: Pragmatic Recommendations for Chairs C. D. Hlavac 13
2013 24.1 Do as I Do: Modeling Scholarly Leadership as Chair J. L. Booth & S. Adragna 11
2013 24.1 Faculty Assessment and Evaluaton: Fair, Formative, and Focused K. Silva & D. Thomsen 9
2013 24.1 Negotiating the Chair Position's Terms of Acceptance and Exit D. L. Smith 5
2013 24.1 Taking on the Role of Department Chair S. Willie-LeBreton 3
2013 24.1 Maximizing Staff Productivity and Satisfaction Through Performance Management J. Williams & N. D. Lees 1
2013 23.4 Chair's Duties Owed to Brand-New Faculty Hires: A Checklist J. Moody 23
2013 23.4 A Continuing Analysis of the Unique Department Chair R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 20
2013 23.4 Campus Computing 2012 Survey 18
2013 23.4 The Do's and Don'ts of Effective Departmental Retreats R. K. Crookston 15
2013 23.4 Finding Your Administrative Quadrant J. L. Buller 12
2013 23.4 Handling Stress and Conflict D. Chu 11
2013 23.4 Enhancing the Summative Peer Review of Teaching I. Iqbal 8
2013 23.4 Collegiality and Positive Relationships R. E. Cipriano & J. L. Buller 6
2013 23.4 Creating and Facilitating Effective Industry Advisory Boards for Your Department J. Grundy 5
2013 23.4 Work and Family Integration for Faculty: Recommendations for Chairs L. Wolf-Wendel & K. Ward 1
2013 23.3 The Role of Academic Leaders in Development P. C. Hunt 23
2013 23.3 "The New Faculty Majority": Non-Tenure-Track Faculty and Implications for Chairs J. Raacke & J. M. Bonds-Raacke 22
2013 23.3 Implementing Juntos for Scholarly Productivity: The Chair's Role C. J. Weitman, L. M. Hemmer, & D. Linn 19
2013 23.3 Leadership Development in Academics: What Can Be Learned from Industry? M. Carriger 18
2013 23.3 Balancing in the Middle: Advice for Assistant Department Heads, Program Directors, and Other Mid-Level Leaders S. C. Baker, J. D. Tang, A. Dupal, K. H. Fulcher, C. A. Hunter, & K. L. Lewis 15
2013 23.3 Vision and the Department Chair J. K. Dalager 14
2013 23.3 Chairs and the Characters That Emerge with Change R. K. Crookston 10
2013 23.3 Having the Tough Discussions: Deal with Difficult Situations, Not Difficult People J. C. Pate 8
2013 23.3 The Symbiosis of Collegiality and Positive Academic Leadership R. E. Cipriano & J. L. Buller 6
2013 23.3 Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement Through Departmental Leadership N. D. Lees 3
2013 23.3 Leading an Energized Academic Department: Seven Timely Reminders K. S. Mallard & A. Singleton 1
2012 23.2 Implementing an Online Major J. E. Deal 21
2012 23.2 Four Departments Become One: A Chair's Journey R. D. Nordgren 19
2012 23.2 Taking Advice from Adages Leads to Purposeful Change D. G. Summers 17
2012 23.2 A Five-Year Study of Department Chairs R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 14
2012 23.2 Disparities in STEM Education: The Importance of Faculty-Student Mentoring Relationships C. Lopez 13
2012 23.2 Diversifying the Faculty: Reflections from a Chair S. P. Dargan 11
2012 23.2 Hiring New Faculty: Are Our Real Expectations Being Met? N. D. Lees 8
2012 23.2 Obtaining Work-Life Balance for Academic Administrators J. L. Buller 6
2012 23.2 Embracing Civility in Our Departments C. O. Lynch 3
2012 23.2 Ten Tough Realities of Academic Administration J. C. Pate 1
2012 23.1 Program Prioritization: Staying on Course Through the Storm A.J. Grube, P. Schoon, & D. Grube 23
2012 23.1 Promoting the Visibility of Small Departments K. Side 20
2012 23.1 Preparing Young Faculty Advisors of Graduate Research Assistants S. A. Christopher & K. Caudill 19
2012 23.1 Supporting Adjunct Faculty J. L. Buller 17
2012 23.1 Navigating the Interim Role and Avoiding the Traps and Pitfalls M. Huff & J. Neubrander 15
2012 23.1 A Chair: The Linchpin of the University R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 13
2012 23.1 Assessing Assessment T. E. Young 12
2012 23.1 Mentoring: A Case Study R. A. Blumenthal 10
2012 23.1 Establishing a Comprehensive Chairs Development Program C. J. Haberle, S. A. Liotta, & P. A. Sickinger 6
2012 23.1 Chairs Leading Change: Identifying and Overcoming Resistance N. D. Lees 3
2012 23.1 Working with the Passive-Aggressive Colleague R. K. Crookston 1
2012 22.4 When There Are No Chairs at the Table T. E. Young 25
2012 22.4 A Junior Administrator's Strategies for Handling Collegiality Issues D. J. Laury 23
2012 22.4 The Deceptive Allure of Negative Academic Leadership J. L. Buller 19
2012 22.4 Keeping the Focus on Student Success L. W. Carnes 18
2012 22.4 Campus Computing 2011 Survey 17
2012 22.4 Competencies, Challenges, and Collegiality: A Four-Year Study of Department Chairs R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 14
2012 22.4 Great Teaching Is More Than Academic T. R. Rosebrough & A. H. Singleton 11
2012 22.4 Transitioning from Applied Settings to Academia: How Chairs Can Help Faculty Succeed L. P. Herrman, B. L. Leeds, & J. M. Bonds-Raacke 9
2012 22.4 A Tap on My Shoulder: Using Servant Leadership Principles in a Challenging Position R. D. Nordgren 8
2012 22.4 University Governance and Common Pool Resources E. A. Wickelgren, N. J. Blair, & J. P. Blair 5
2012 22.4 Chairs Leading Change: Framing the Agenda N. D. Lees 3
2012 22.4 At the Top, a Cheerleader: Attracting and Retaining Students C. O. Lynch 1
2012 22.3 The Value of International Experience for Academic Administrators L. Reinisch 24
2012 22.3 The Art of Enough: Managing Your Resources C. Hansen 21
2012 22.3 The Role of Student Evaluations in Tenure and Promotion: Is Effective Teaching Really Being Measured? K. A. McCabe & L. S. Layne 17
2012 22.3 Preventing Academic Dishonesty: What Chairs Need to Know S. F. Prestoy 15
2012 22.3 Coaching: A Powerful Tool for Chairs J. A. DePalma, S. M. English, & J. M. Sabatine 13
2012 22.3 A Continuing Examination of the Unique Department Chair R. E. Cipriano & R. L. Riccardi 9
2012 22.3 The Healing Chair C. O. Lynch 8
2012 22.3 The Interim Chair J. L. Buller 4
2012 22.3 Women in Academic Leadership: Tips for Chairing P. Mitchell 3
2012 22.3 Leading from the Middle L. G. Bolman & J. V. Gallos 1
2011 22.2 Strengthening and Stabilizing University Faculty J. Prior 25
2011 22.2 Academic Leadership Strategies to Foster Personal Responsibility in Students K. Thacker, D. Bertoti, E. Engler, E. Hartung, & M. E. Symanski 22
2011 22.2 Collaborative Leadership: Negotiating the Minefield L. T. Winegar, D. Ramsaran, & J. A. Graham 19
2011 22.2 Legal Issues and Risk Management for Chairs D. L. Ross 14
2011 22.2 Transforming the Chair Role: Institutional Strategies to Facilitate Change S. A. Liotta, C. J. Haberle, & P. A. Sickinger 12
2011 22.2 You Can't Do It All: Delegating C. Hansen 10
2011 22.2 Onward and Outward: Transforming Departments Through Off-Campus Programming C. Howell, T. Borg, B. Bradbury, & S. Koch 8
2011 22.2 The Limits of Advocacy N. D. Lees 5
2011 22.2 Collegiality in Faculty Personnel Decisions: Standards for a Definition and Objective Evaluation J. L. Buller & R. E. Cipriano 3
2011 22.2 Typology of Department Chairs: The Case of the Swivel Chair W. Gmelch 1
2011 22.1 Eight Ways to Reduce Your Department's Operating Expenses E. A. Wickelgren 26
2011 22.1 What Chairs Can Learn from Curriculum Development E. I. Rohena & L. S. West 24
2011 22.1 Working in Higher Education: A Study of Academic Career Choice R. E. Cipriano & R. L. Riccardi 21
2011 22.1 Assisting Your New Dean's Transition W. H. Gmelch 20
2011 22.1 Preparing for Your Departure as Chair N. D. Lees 17
2011 22.1 When Leadership Precedes Tenure: Advice for Untenured Chairs J. L. Buller 16
2011 22.1 The Honorable (Powerful) Chair R. K. Crookston 14
2011 22.1 Two of the Best Chairs in America? What Two Chairs Did to Transform Their Departments D. Chu 11
2011 22.1 Stalking Distinction: Strategies for Enhancing Departmental Claims J. S. Halonen, S. C. Baker, D. S. Dunn, & M. A. McCarthy 9
2011 22.1 The Importance of, and Resources for, Successful Strategic Planning B. R. King, J. M. Bonds-Raacke, & C. E. Saylor 7
2011 22.1 Energizing the Senior Professor B. O. Garvey 5
2011 22.1 Mending a Fractured Department: Strategies for New Chairs R. McClure 1
2011 21.4 An Advisement Example That Worked: Correcting Misalignment of Structure, Role, and Values E. R. Beatty 26
2011 21.4 The Role of a Budget Manager M. J. Barr & G. S. McClellan 24
2011 21.4 Conducting a Department Meeting: The Facilitator Chair C. O. Lynch 23
2011 21.4 Positive Conflict: Benefits to the Department J. L. Buller 21
2011 21.4 Campus Computing 2010 K. C. Green 18
2011 21.4 Department Chairs in Different Disciplines: A Deep "Divide"? L. Boyko 16
2011 21.4 Building Relationships: Proactive Strategies for Chairs R. E. Cipriano 13
2011 21.4 Three Presidents, Three Deans, Three Years: The Challenges of Change for the Chair H. D. Gilles 12
2011 21.4 Legal Issues in Faculty Evaluation: When Evaluations Go Bad J. K. Dalager 10
2011 21.4 Developing Persuasive Arguments for Resources N. D. Lees 6
2011 21.4 Building Faculty Resilience: The Key to Successful Change in the Academic Department C. Schubert-Irastorza & S. Evans 5
2011 21.4 What About the Department Chair Reappointment Process? C. A. Mullen 1
2011 21.3 The Toxic Workplace Test D. Dad 27
2011 21.3 The Chair's Role in Managing Departmental Accreditation S. F. Prestoy 24
2011 21.3 Leveraging Your Library: Parternships for New Possibilities L. Littrell 22
2011 21.3 Purposeful Change of the Chair's Role for Competitive Success J. Groves 21
2011 21.3 The Chair Loop: From Zoom to Doom—How Long Is Long Enough? W. H. Gmelch & V. D. Miskin 18
2011 21.3 Leadership and Personality: What the NEO Five-Factor Inventory Tells Us C. Gould & L. Lecci 16
2011 21.3 Recruitment, Retention, and Professional Development K. Frank, M. Murphy, W. Withers, & W. Yu 14
2011 21.3 The Subtle Role of Stereotyping in Personnel Decisions J. A. Karafa 11
2011 21.3 Legal Issues in Faculty Evaluations: Avoiding Problems J. K. Dalager 9
2011 21.3 Fundraising 201: What To Do After You've Learned the Basics J. L. Buller 6
2011 21.3 Hitting the Ground Running: Making Strategic Changes J. Paxton 3
2011 21.3 Accept and Embrace Your Role as Chair R. K. Crookston 1
2010 21.2 Faculty Offices and Department Space as Teaching Tools J. P. Dunn 25
2010 21.2 The Millennial Student and Practical Approaches to Managing Student Complaints J. Maville & K. Chandler 22
2010 21.2 Growing Your Own: How to Diversify Your Faculty S. W. Soled, H. H. Chai, & K. M. Gunn 20
2010 21.2 Developing Department Chair Transformational Leadership B. Gittens 17
2010 21.2 Interviewing Strategies That Search Committees and Chairs Need to Know M. C. Clement 14
2010 21.2 How to Obtain Tenure: Chair and Faculty Perspectives R. E. Cipriano, J. G. Chmielewski, & R. Riccardi 12
2010 21.2 Coping with the Stress of Higher Education Administration: A Holistic Approach, Part Two J. L. Buller 10
2010 21.2 Results from a National Survey: Where Do Chairs Find Help? R. K. Crookston 8
2010 21.2 New Chair, Old Self-Study L. L. Kriner 5
2010 21.2 Change and the Chair: Can Chairs Be More Powerful than Chancellors? D. Chu 3
2010 21.2 Reframing Departmental Planning M. Putnam 1
2010 21.1 A Three-Year Study of Chairs: Changing the World, One Department at a Time R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 23
2010 21.1 Reflections from a Former Chair T. E. Young 22
2010 21.1 Suggestions for Making Chair Work More Satisfying and Attractive N. D. Lees 18
2010 21.1 Coping with the Stress of Higher Education Administration: A Holistic Approach, Part One J. L. Buller 15
2010 21.1 Results from a National Survey: The Help Chairs Want Most R. K. Crookston 13
2010 21.1 Faculty in STEM Departments: Creating a Culture to Foster Diversity B. Keafer & K. Ward 9
2010 21.1 Leading Departmental Change in a Rapidly Changing Society: Challenges for the New Externally Hired Chair S. D. Gratto 6
2010 21.1 Faculty Deans and Department Chairs: The Great "Divide"? L. Boyko 3
2010 21.1 The Department Advisory Board as an Academic Partner D. W. French 1
2010 20.4 What Is Unique About Chairs? A Continuing Exploration R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 26
2010 20.4 Transitioning Traditional Programs to Online Programs M. Haar 24
2010 20.4 Integrating Globalization into the Academic Department: Keys for Chairs K. E. Anderson & M. T. Miller 22
2010 20.4 Implementing Service Learning Across the Curriculum: A Catalyst for Change M. T. Huff, C. Burton, & L. Seestedt-Stanford 20
2010 20.4 Campus Computing K. C. Green 18
2010 20.4 Creating a Chairs Council J. L. Buller 16
2010 20.4 Promoting Departmental Community and Civility Through Covenant Development C. A. Mullen 13
2010 20.4 Fostering Faculty Friendships C. Schubert-Irastorza 12
2010 20.4 The Chair as Coach and Referee in Tenure Applications C. Gould 10
2010 20.4 The Emerging Importance of Interim Chairs W. F. Rayburn 7
2010 20.4 Learning to Lead A. V. Massaro 5
2010 20.4 Rethinking the Chair's Roles and Responsibilities J. M. Gappa & A. G. Trice 1
2010 20.3 The Chair Lights the Way A. M. Rash 24
2010 20.3 The Academic Portfolio P. Seldin & J. E. Miller 20
2010 20.3 Developing a Master Teacher Program J. L. Buller 18
2010 20.3 The Chair Conundrum: Individually Professed Prospects of Chairs R. E. Cipriano & R. Riccardi 15
2010 20.3 Promoting Faculty Leadership: The Chair's Role D. A. Birch 14
2010 20.3 Developing and Renewing Chair Leadership: The Role of a Teaching Center in Administrative Training M. C. Wright, C. E. Cook, & C. O'Neal 11
2010 20.3 Interdisciplinary Programs and the Chair A. J. Tipton 9
2010 20.3 Diversity at the Department Level L. M. Maurer, A. Q. Cheeseboro, & P. Murphy 7
2010 20.3 Research and Scholarship: Are They Compatible wth Higher Education Reform? N. D. Lees & D. J. Malik 4
2010 20.3 Mediating in the Academic Bully Culture: The Chair's Responsibility to Faculty and Graduate Students B. M. De Luca & D. J. Twale 1
2009 20.2 Trends in Chair Responsibilities B. J. Middendorf & S. L. Benton 23
2009 20.2 The Chair as Servant Leader: Identification and Development D. W. Wheeler 22
2009 20.2 Challenging the Academic Bully Culture D. J. Twale & B. M. De Luca 20
2009 20.2 Integrating Research into Teaching: A Suggestion for Chairs M. Bolyard 18
2009 20.2 Chair of Chairs: Ten Ideas for Improving Your Council of Chairs and Its Meetings P. Morrison 17
2009 20.2 What She Has to Say: Reports of Female Chairs C. A. Mullen 14
2009 20.2 Conflict and Working Relationships: Strategies for Success C. B. Starkey & A. Stone-Briggs 12
2009 20.2 How to Succeed in the Academy: A Chair's Advice to Junior Faculty S. Mills 10
2009 20.2 Positive Chairing: Moving from Solving Problems to Making a Lasting Difference J. L. Buller 8
2009 20.2 Chairing in the Twenty-First Century D. Maness & J. Stillwell 6
2009 20.2 Mentoring a New Chair J. P. Linskey & J. Patterson 3
2009 20.2 The Essentials of Chairing Academic Departments N. D. Lees, D. J. Malik, & G. Vemuri 1
2009 20.1 Curriculum Mapping: An Approach to Study the Coherence of Program Curricula N. M. Cuevas, A. G. Matveev, & M. D. Feit 23
2009 20.1 The Chair as Servant Leader: A Call to Serve D. W. Wheeler 21
2009 20.1 Conflict Management for Chairs J. R. Coffman 18
2009 20.1 Uncivil Faculty: The Chair's Role R. E. Cipriano 15
2009 20.1 Using a "Vision" Seminar in New Faculty Recruiting J. F. Leslie & S. L. Warren 12
2009 20.1 Generation Matters: What Chairs Need to Know About Gen-X and Boomer Pre-tenure Faculty C. A. Trower & K. Quinn 10
2009 20.1 The Chair as Campus Leader J. L. Buller 8
2009 20.1 Mentoring Tenured Faculty: Rationales and Programs Mentoring Tenured Faculty: Rationales and Programs 5
2009 20.1 New Challenges in Faculty Recruiting N. D. Lees & G. Vemuri 3
2009 20.1 Managing Tight Budgets M. L. Higgerson & B. McCauliff 1
2009 19.4 The Hidden Advantages of Exchange Programs R. Olwell & M. C. Wright 25
2009 19.4 Experience and Versatility: Learning Tools for Chairs R. W. Francis 24
2009 19.4 Campus Computing K. C. Green 23
2009 19.4 Motivations and Philosophies of Women Leaders S. R. Madsen 20
2009 19.4 Motivations of a Dean: Change or Profit? K. A. McCabe & S. M. Bryant 17
2009 19.4 Internal Versus External Hires and Perceived Effectiveness J. D. Murray 15
2009 19.4 Persuade, Don't Just Search S. Hochel & C. E. Wilson 12
2009 19.4 Conflict: A Most Difficult Task T. Holder 11
2009 19.4 Conducting an Annual Fund Campaign J. L. Buller 8
2009 19.4 Legal Issues in Dealing with Challenging Colleagues B. A. Lee 5
2009 19.4 Serving as Chair for the Millennial Generation A. Shafer 3
2009 19.4 Joyful Chairing: Finding Joy in Your Faculty K. S. Mallard & M. L. Sargent 1
2009 19.3 Leadership: Inspired by Civic Responsibility S. Gialamas & E. Froustis 25
2009 19.3 A Collaborative for Mentoring New Faculty S. W. Soled, M. M. Jones, D. W. Doerger, J. L. Gilbert, & S. K. Eisenhardt 22
2009 19.3 Mentoring and Faculty Development C. A. Mullen 18
2009 19.3 Aligning Available Resources: An Inclusive Model for Class Scheduling P. Kelter & J. B. Hecht 16
2009 19.3 The Importance of Hiring Right: Forming and Charging the Search Committee S. Hochel & C. E. Wilson 13
2009 19.3 Joyful Chairing: Finding Joy in Committee Work K. S. Mallard & M. L. Sargent 11
2009 19.3 The Untenured Chair J. L. Buller 8
2009 19.3 Campus Politics: Strategies for Chairs J. D. Nelson 7
2009 19.3 The Accountability Movement: Its Role, Opportunities, and Meaning for Chairs D. J. Malik & N. D. Lees 3
2009 19.3 Legal Issues in Faculty Recruitment and Hiring J. K. Dalager 1
2008 19.2 Tips for New Department Chairs J. D. North 27
2008 19.2 Recruitment, Retention, and Promotion of Minority Faculty S. E. Williams & A. Kirk 23
2008 19.2 Faculty Recruitment: Finding the Best Candidates for On-Campus Interviews Using Videoconferencing G. C. Shields 22
2008 19.2 Creating a New Department and a New Program Under a New Dean G. Smith 20
2008 19.2 Building a Shared Value of Teaching in a Department: What Chairs Can Do M. C. Wright 18
2008 19.2 Creating Departmental Advantage Through Interdisciplinary Ventures N. D. Lees & G. Vemuri 16
2008 19.2 Department Chairs and Work-Life Flexibility for Faculty K. Quinn 14
2008 19.2 Becoming a Chair J. L. Stillwell 12
2008 19.2 Managing the Chair's Paradoxical Role F. Fletcher & C. Roberts 11
2008 19.2 Joyful Chairing: Finding Joy in Your Department's Heritage K. S. Mallard & M. L. Sargent 9
2008 19.2 Funding and Resource Challenges D. W. Wheeler, A. T. Seagren, L. W. Becker, E. R. Kinely, D. D. Mlinek, & K. J. Robson 5
2008 19.2 The Faculty Handbook: A Guide or a Labyrinth J. K. Dalager 3
2008 19.2 Coexisting with a Former Chair J. L. Buller 1
2008 19.1 Lessons Learned as a Department Chair M. Lombard 26
2008 19.1 Internationalizing the Curriculum from the Chair's Perspective S. Wright 24
2008 19.1 Department Chair Development: A Catalyst for Change R. Cullen & M. Harris 21
2008 19.1 Be Yourself: Leadership Strategies for Newly Appointed Chairs C. Westcamp 20
2008 19.1 If I Only Knew . . . Leadership Development on the Job R. Miller 17
2008 19.1 Rebuilding a Small Department: A Personal Perspective P. R. Turner 15
2008 19.1 Leading Change in a Newly Combined Academic Unit J. M. Byrne 12
2008 19.1 Essential Skills for Academic Chairs M. E. Petty 10
2008 19.1 From Chair to Dean: Strategies for Career Advancement W. Southerland, III 8
2008 19.1 Taking Your Adminstrative Resume to the Next Level of Excellence J. L. Buller 5
2008 19.1 Becoming Temporary Faculty: A Former Chair's Experience R. Sommer 3
2008 19.1 Creating Time and Space for Faculty Reflection, Risk-Taking, and Renewal D. A. Chang & R. G. Baldwin 1
2008 18.4 Your Job—Your EQ—Your Health K. Greenockle 25
2008 18.4 Maximizing the Value of Student/Course/Instructor Evaluations G. Doherty & P. England 22
2008 18.4 Assessing Service: Developing Transparency in Annual Reviews J. S. Filetti 20
2008 18.4 Course Syllabi as Assessment Data R. Cullen & M. Harris 18
2008 18.4 Campus Computing K. C. Green 16
2008 18.4 Conflict Management and Problem Solving as Chair C. L. Taylor, K. F. Steckol, P. White, C. C. Lo, & J. L. Bonner 13
2008 18.4 Strategies for Managing Difficult Personalities H. Petersen 11
2008 18.4 Leadership in the Academic Department G. H. Meyer 9
2008 18.4 Leading Out of Controversy A. Shafer 5
2008 18.4 Self-Perceived Expectations of Chairs B. Cipriano & R. Ricardi 3
2008 18.4 Stewardship in Fundraising J. L. Buller 1
2008 18.3 Dear Chair of English, My Students Can't Write K. Stauffacher & C. Westcamp 25
2008 18.3 Dare to Chair Conflict Proactively L. C. Scoufos 22
2008 18.3 Faculty Recruitment: The Campus Visit D. W. Denton 19
2008 18.3 Teamwork Makes the Dream Work K. Anderson 18
2008 18.3 Engagement in the Disciplines: Strategies for Supporting Departmental Coherence K. Kesckes 16
2008 18.3 One Faculty, One Team R. E. Lyons 13
2008 18.3 Academic Deans: Backgrounds and Experiences L. Andrews & K. McCabe 10
2008 18.3 Developing a Philosophy of Administration J. L. Buller 8
2008 18.3 Models of Departmental Leadership R. Sommer 5
2008 18.3 Mind Reading 101: What Do Chief Academic Officers Want from Department Chairs? E. E. Ericson, III & K. S. Mallard 3
2008 18.3 Changing the Culture of Expectations: Building a Culture of Evidence J. K. Ewing & B. Crockford 1
2008 18.3 Working Effectively with the Dean D. J. Malik & N. D. Lees 1
2007 18.2 The Faculty Search Process as a Component of New Faculty Orientation: Setting Performance Expectations for Faculty T. Schibik, C. Harrington, & S. Gordon 24
2007 18.2 Faculty Recruitment: Attracting Applicants for Faculty Positions D. W. Denton 22
2007 18.2 Assisting and Supporting New Department Heads: An Academic Leadership Program A. J. Stremmel, M. Arnold, K. Donovan, V. Mistry, & M. K. Helling 20
2007 18.2 Addressing Issues of Faculty Salary Inequity J. L. Buller 17
2007 18.2 Deciding Who Is in Charge V. Christie 15
2007 18.2 The Chair's Role in Resolving Departmental Conflict D. Matz 12
2007 18.2 Transforming Academic Culture Through Access, Audit, and Alignment: Using Thematic Programming as a Best Practice C. B. Crawford, L. Gould, & J. Briggs 9
2007 18.2 Why Introducing or Sustaining Peer Review of Teaching Is so Hard, and What You Can Do About It N. V. N. Chism 6
2007 18.2 Motivating Faculty to Engage in Service-Learning D. Burke 4
2007 18.2 A Strategic Way to Think About Fostering Holistic Student Learning and Development: The Chairs' and Deans' Role L. A. Braskamp & D. C. Braskamp 1
2007 18.1 Quality Matters W. F. Massy, S. W. Graham, & P. M. Short 26
2007 18.1 From the Other Side of the Desk K. A. Corey 25
2007 18.1 Establishing a Vision of Shared Governance Through SWOT Analysis J. E. De Leon 23
2007 18.1 Engaging Faculty: Departmental Shared Governance that Works M. L. Fisher 21
2007 18.1 A Model for Division Chairs When Prioritizing Majors K. M. Kilcrease 18
2007 18.1 Chairs' Assembly: Why Your Campus Needs One B. J. Hunt, A. K. Pate, & T. S. Irvin 17
2007 18.1 Achieving a Positive Outcome to Academic Reorganization M. R. Crouse, T. P. Colgate, & L. Gaudet 16
2007 18.1 Merging Departments—Practical Lessons in Leadership: Thoughts from a Chair's Journal T. M. Clark 10
2007 18.1 Maintaining Disciplinary Competitiveness While Chair N. D. Lees 9
2007 18.1 Creating a Responsive Community and Leading Millennial Faculty K. S. Mallard & A. Singleton 6
2007 18.1 Interpersonal Survival Skills for Department Chairs J. L. Buller 4
2007 18.1 The Chair's Role in Helping Faculty Negotiate Work and Family Issues K. Ward & L. Wolf-Wendel 1
2007 17.4 Reflections From a First-Year Chair D. E. Gustina 28
2007 17.4 Five Case Studies in Administrative Dilemmas J. L. Buller 25
2007 17.4 Communicating With Faculty D. R. Leaming 23
2007 17.4 The Making of the High-Maintenance Faculty: The Role of the Department Chair R. Maghroori & R. Witter 20
2007 17.4 Rethinking Academic Advising N. D. Lees 17
2007 17.4 Supporting Department Initiatives Through Entrepreneurial Activities A. B. Kirk & A. Peters 15
2007 17.4 Campus Computing K. C. Green 13
2007 17.4 Academic Administrator Model Types D. Chu 12
2007 17.4 Managing Temporary Faculty J. D. Murray 9
2007 17.4 Tricks of the Trade J. S. Green 7
2007 17.4 Department Chair Evaluation: Challenges and Recommendations B. Iannerelli & C. J. Foote 5
2007 17.4 Chairing Departments: The Changing Scenery I. W. D. Hecht 3
2007 17.4 Academic Leadership and Globalization W. G. Tierney 1
2007 17.3 Creating Change in Academia Through Long-Term Strategic Incrementalism L. Henrichsen & N. Evans 27
2007 17.3 Leading Departmental Change: Techniques for Positive Impact J. P. Linskey 25
2007 17.3 Mentoring Challenges: Tailoring Advice to the Individual J. L. Buller 22
2007 17.3 Beyond the Cookie-Cutter Formula: The Differentiated Workload Assignment S. J. Schleien, C. F. Stone, T. L. Sharik, & J. D. Wellman 20
2007 17.3 Implementation of a Flexible Academic Workload Planning Process A. B. Kirk, D. Bennett, & R. Sowell 18
2007 17.3 The Politics of Securing Campus Resources: Suggested Budget Strategies for New Chairs W. Southerland, III 16
2007 17.3 Proactive Leadership Development for Department Chairs and Emerging Faculty Leaders J. W. Yen 12
2007 17.3 Developing Long-Term Leadership in the Department D. W. Wheeler 10
2007 17.3 Improving Your Department D. R. Leaming 8
2007 17.3 Making Merit Pay Decisions: Issues and Considerations R. A. Arreola 5
2007 17.3 Using Early-Term Feedback to Improve Teaching J. E. Miller & P. Seldin 3
2007 17.3 Why We Need Leadership in Place J. F. Wergin 1
2006 17.2 Stepping Down as Chair and Reintegrating Into Faculty: Chairs' Anonymous, Anyone? R. A. Strickland 25
2006 17.2 The Life of a Department Chair M. A. Rehnke 23
2006 17.2 Four Chairs in a Row R. Sommer 20
2006 17.2 Administrator as Interposer: Helicopter Parents vs. Alleged Malevolent Professor H. W. Elmore 18
2006 17.2 The Chair as Evaluation "Charlatan" C. M. Licata & N. D. Lees 16
2006 17.2 The Chair's Proactive Role in Faculty Development J. D. Nelson 13
2006 17.2 Working With an Academic Affairs Council R. Hamill (Dean X) 9
2006 17.2 Hark Knocks: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You D. V. Bergen & M. Johnston 7
2006 17.2 Successful Communication Techniques for the Chair J. S. Rabianski 3
2006 17.2 Maintaining Mid-Career Momentum: The Key Role of the Department Chair R. G. Baldwin & D. A. Chang 1
2006 17.1 Returning to the Faculty: Advice From a Chair S. Engle 28
2006 17.1 Rebuilding the Alamo: Reflections From a First-Year Chair D. L. Gray 27
2006 17.1 Initiating Change at the Department Level: Applying the Adaptive Leadership Process L. Coakley & L. M. Randall 25
2006 17.1 Attracting and Retaining Diverse Faculty in Predominantly White Geographic Areas M. Meadows 24
2006 17.1 Campus Computing K. C. Green 22
2006 17.1 The E-genda Stalks an Administrator on Vacation M. Bugeja 18
2006 17.1 Outcomes Assessment: A Programmatic Approach S. Canipe 16
2006 17.1 Case Studies in Program Assessment M. J. Allen 13
2006 17.1 The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Knowing Your Dean T. J. Fogarty 10
2006 17.1 Faculty Development: A Medicine for What Ails Academe Today D. Fink 7
2006 17.1 Preventative Legal Considerations for Department Chairs While Fundraising C. Davis & M. T. Miller 5
2006 17.1 Administrative Reflection: Focal Points and Considerations for Department Chairs D. A. Birch 3
2006 17.1 Rethinking the Faculty Reward System for Department Chairs J. D. Wellman, D. L. Dustin, T. L. Sharik, & S. J. Schleien 1
2006 16.4 Critically Evaluating Vita S. Hochel & C. E. Wilson 27
2006 16.4 The Role of Collegiality in the Hiring Process R. E. Cipriano 24
2006 16.4 One Faculty: Strategies for Integrating Full-Time and Part-Time Faculty J. Gadberry & H. Burnstad 23
2006 16.4 The Top Ten Lessons We Learned About Being a Department Chair L. Danielson & L. Schulte 21
2006 16.4 Chairpersons, Diverse Frogs, and Conversation J. B. Bennett 19
2006 16.4 Advice on Preparing for Department Program Review M. Nierengarten 17
2006 16.4 Campus Synergy: Advancing Your Department's Value to the University R. Linstra 13
2006 16.4 Engaging Departments in Assessment of Student Learning C. Verschelden 11
2006 16.4 Maintaining Disciplinary Currency Through the Scholarship of Engagement C. F. Harrington & C. Coleman 9
2006 16.4 Retaining and Graduating Undergraduates N. D. Lees 5
2006 16.4 The Generic Chair Hypothesis R. Sommer 3
2006 16.4 Advice for Future Department Chairs J. L. Buller 1
2006 16.3 Midlife in Academe J. Nesteruk 27
2006 16.3 Helping Faculty Members Improve Course Syllabi J. L. Buller 25
2006 16.3 Office Assistants and Department Chairs Working Together T. Moore Brown & B. Robinson Sims 23
2006 16.3 Creating an Interdisciplinary Community of Inquiry on Campus S. L. Sanders, J. F. Piroch, & C. Tomczyk 21
2006 16.3 What Campuses Can Do to Pick Up the Pace of Decision Making H. D. Meyer & A. E. Kaloyeros 18
2006 16.3 The Department Encounters Open Educational Resources G. W. Matkin 16
2006 16.3 Checking References S. Hochel & C. E. Wilson 14
2006 16.3 Dare to be a Powerful Chair S. A. Holton 14
2006 16.3 Healing Time: Peacemaking in Two Troubled Departments R. Sommer 9
2006 16.3 Assessing the Level of Professional Satisfaction of Department Chairs C. Rice & T. T. Elkins 7
2006 16.3 A Leadership Approach for Department Chairs S. Gialamas & S. Hilentzaris 5
2006 16.3 Supporting the Department Chair C. Burns 3
2006 16.3 Using an External Facilitator for Departmental Planning J. E. Lane & D. L. Rice 1
2005 16.2 Discover Your School's True Personality B. Drewniany 28
2005 16.2 Facilitative Social Change Leadership Model W. M. Watt 26
2005 16.2 One English Department's Weathering of a Perfect Storm G. E. Kennedy 24
2005 16.2 Collaborative External Partnerships: Improving Department Finance and Image N. D. Lees & D. Malik 18
2005 16.2 Eight Principles for Training a Culturally Responsive Faculty C. J. McPhail & K. Costner 18
2005 16.2 Gen X Meets Theory X: What New Scholars Want C. A. Trower 16
2005 16.2 Making Mid-Career Meaningful R. G. Baldwin 14
2005 16.2 The Art of Deanship R. J. Borden 11
2005 16.2 Leadership as Commitments, With Complications K. Teitelbaum 8
2005 16.2 Assessing the Needs of Academic Department Chairs C. Rice & T. T. Elkins 6
2005 16.2 Developing a Training Program for New Department Chairs R. Miller & J. Butler 3
2005 16.2 The Function of Department Chairs A. Padilla 1
2005 16.1 Practical Tips for Getting New Faculty Off to a Successful Start L. Wilhelm 22
2005 16.1 Mentoring Challenges: Sharpening Focus J. L. Buller 20
2005 16.1 Maximum TLC: Making the Most of Your Campus Teaching and Learning Centers S. Kuhlenschmidt, K. Kuehn, & T. Zakrajcek 18
2005 16.1 An Activity to Jump-Start Your Department G. C. Fant, Jr. 17
2005 16.1 Getting Attention for New Initiatives L. J. Jenski, N. D. Lees, & M. A. Harrison 15
2005 16.1 Well-Placed and "Misplaced" Emphases of Department Chairs D. P. Hoyt 12
2005 16.1 Suggestions for First-Year Chairpersons G. J. Ross, D. Klein, & J. Wahlund 11
2005 16.1 Empowering Change Through Dialogue: A Tool for Department Chairs D. M. Pastors & C. R. Pastors 8
2005 16.1 Academic Leaders: Agents of Transformation or Hospitable Custodians of Standards? J. B. Bennett 6
2005 16.1 Planning Departments of the Future B. E. Brown & N. D. Lees 3
2005 16.1 From Entitlement to Merit: Fiscal Management in a Time of Change J. Giard 1
2005 15.4 Seven Heavenly Virtues for Department Chairs S. A. Holton 28
2005 15.4 Some Tips for Curriculum Change T. Fogarty 26
2005 15.4 Kaleidoscopes and Chairs: Colors, Focus, and Patterns M. D. Bruning 25
2005 15.4 A Team Approach to Online Education Program Development: A Blueprint for Administrators S. S. Kleinman 22
2005 15.4 The Top Ten Things a Dean Wishes Chairs Would Remember W. Richardson 20
2005 15.4 Campus Computing K. C. Green 19
2005 15.4 Fundraising and a New Building in Tight Budget Times K. Lee 15
2005 15.4 Mentoring Challenges: Increasing Productivity J. L. Buller 13
2005 15.4 Conceptualizing the Department Chair's Position D. P. Hoyt 11
2005 15.4 Departmental Advisory Committees M. Kurata 9
2005 15.4 Shaping Consensus Through Collaboration R. Raymond 7
2005 15.4 Department Meetings: Painful or Pleasurable? J. S. Rabianski 4
2005 15.4 Time Management: The Chair's Challenge I. W. D. Hecht 3
2005 15.4 Leading for Learning: How Department Chairs Can Foster a Climate for Teaching B. J. Millis 1
2005 15.3 Three Commonalities of Effective Leaders K. A. Corey 27
2005 15.3 Strategies for Creating and Maintaining Change in an Academic Department S. Sims-Giddens & K. L. Hope 25
2005 15.3 The Chair's Role in Managing Faculty Involvement in Learning Communities S. N. Hurd & R. Federman Stein 23
2005 15.3 Peer Mentoring Versus Peer Evaluation S. L. Phillips & C. Hooper 20
2005 15.3 Mentoring Programs D. Gentry & C. Walters 19
2005 15.3 Helping Faculty Members Create Successful Resumes J. L. Buller 17
2005 15.3 Planning for Success A. Cherif, K. Murkar, D. Overbye, S. Reeves, & L. Stefurak 15
2005 15.3 A Successful Chairpersons' Council M. J. Austin, W. J. Connelly, & R. C. Detmer 13
2005 15.3 Time Management for More Effective Results G. Crandell 11
2005 15.3 Being a Good FART (Former Administrator Returned to Teaching) L. M. Marquis 8
2005 15.3 A Chair in Your Future B. Mathias-Riegel 5
2005 15.3 The Department Chair Position as a Step in a Career Path N. D. Lees 3
2005 15.3 Teaching and Leading: Rivals or Partners? J. B. Bennett 1
2004 15.2 Crafting Strategy That Sticks: Aligning With Institutional Mission E. Ritt 25
2004 15.2 Leadership Strategies for Distance Learning D. A. Powers, P. J. Anderson, S. Hopfengardner Warren, & S. C. Williams 23
2004 15.2 Peer Role Modeling: A Signature "Way" for Excellence J. P. Dunn 21
2004 15.2 The Learning Portfolio: A Good Idea for Departments J. Zubiezarreta 19
2004 15.2 Department Chairpersons' Perceptions of Faculty R. E. Cipriano & E. R. Beatty 17
2004 15.2 What Do Students Want From Us? M. Groth 15
2004 15.2 Empowering the Middle: The Chair's Role in the Institution J. Rezaie & C. Garrison 13
2004 15.2 Five Case Studies in Budgeting J. L. Buller 10
2004 15.2 The Liberal Arts in Department Leadership: Engagement for Today's University A. G. Rud 7
2004 15.2 New Chair, Old Department: The Good, Bad, and Ugly K. Ward 5
2004 15.2 Taking the Department Chair Position Seriously N. D. Lees 1
2004 15.1 Conversation Peace: Building Leadership Collaboratively V. McClain 26
2004 15.1 Planning for Success A. Cherif, S. Hoel, K. Murkar, & L. Stefurak 24
2004 15.1 Managing the Seven Deadly Sins in the Department S. A. Holton 23
2004 15.1 Laptops: Why, Why Not? B. Weaver & L. Nilson 19
2004 15.1 The Parallel Chair Move G. C. Fant, Jr. 18
2004 15.1 How to Interview Candidates for Administrative Positions J. L. Buller 15
2004 15.1 Adding Ideas, Subtracting Criticism, Dividing Work, and Other Ways to Count on Advisory Groups L. J. Jenski & N. D. Lees 13
2004 15.1 Program Manager, People Motivator: Delineating Your Role as Department Chair K. S. Mallard 12
2004 15.1 Engaging the Department: Community-Based Approaches to Support Academics and Professionals K. Kesckes 7
2004 15.1 Tough Financial Times for Higher Education: What It Means for Leadership S. W. Graham, S. Heiman, & R. Williams 1
2004 14.4 Core Principles of a Qualitative Faculty Advising Program G. L. Kramer 21
2004 14.4 The Value of Law-Related Education and the Challenge of Educating Educators L. E. Wilson 19
2004 14.4 The Scholarly Lecture: How to Stand and Deliver W. Germano 17
2004 14.4 Initiating Program Assessment M. J. Allen 14
2004 14.4 Using a Facilitator to Target Your Visions: Some Tips for Beginning the Process P. C. Castagno 12
2004 14.4 Leading in Lean Times L. Bash 9
2004 14.4 Raising the Bar for Department Chairs N. D. Lees 9
2004 14.4 Infusing a Culture of Collaborative Faculty Development and Vitality Within a Department S. Gordon, C. Harrington, & T. Schibik 9
2004 14.4 How Department Chairs are Responding to Budget Cuts Nationally S. W. Graham, S. Heiman, & R. Williams 3
2004 14.4 Managing Your Way Through a Crisis: A Case Study R. P. Hamill 3
2004 14.4 Leadership in Place J. F. Wergin 1
2004 14.3 Campus Computing K. C. Green 22
2004 14.3 An Introduction to Budgetary Oversights for New Department Chairs G. C. Fant, Jr. & M. L. Stump 13
2004 14.3 Faculty Professional Development Plans and the Contract Employment System: Challenges and Opportunities for Department Chairpersons M. Isaacs & R. Walsh 10
2004 14.3 Faculty Performance Appraisal S. Gialamas, A. Sharif, D. Arndt Maher, & S. Hilentzaris 8
2004 14.3 Tips for Conducting Effective Faculty Sessions J. L. Buller 5
2004 14.3 You Probably Think This Song Is About You S. Fish 3
2004 14.3 Global Leadership and the Department Chair D. Malik & N. D. Lees 1
2003 14.2 The Four "R"s of Chairing a Department K. Corey 25
2003 14.2 A Brief Meditation on Pedagogy T. Austenfeld 24
2003 14.2 Faculty Development Activities J. Rabianski 23
2003 14.2 Maintaining Research Productivity While Chairing T. Fogarty 22
2003 14.2 Standards for Professional Behavior in a Higher Education Setting A. Vail 20
2003 14.2 Measuring Research Productivity and Pareto's Law R. Styer 16
2003 14.2 Decision Points for Academic Leaders: A Simulation of Ethics, Policy, and Leadership D. Smith 14
2003 14.2 Orchestrating an Advisory Board M. Holmes 13
2003 14.2 Utilizing the Power of Empathic Leadership M. Atkins & A. Singleton 10
2003 14.2 A Time Management Exercise for Faculty Meetings J. Hedges 8
2003 14.2 Department Leadership in the Absence of Deans P. Keller 5
2003 14.2 Strategies for Tough Times J. Boudreauz, J. Exline, M. Forster, & P. Sims 3
2003 14.2 The Value of Visiting: The Invisible Work of Chairing B. Keegan 1
2003 14.1 Senior Professors, Too, Sometimes Need a Helping Hand K. Sandberg 26
2003 14.1 Interviewing Skills for Department Chairs L. A. Vicker 23
2003 14.1 New Faculty: A Catalyst for Change New England Resource Center for Higher Education 19
2003 14.1 Factors Considered in Evaluating Faculty Performance: Chairpersons' Perspectives E. R. Beatty & R. E. Cipriano 18
2003 14.1 Department Chairs' Leadership Role in Program Assessment C. R. Pastors 16
2003 14.1 Chairs as Servant Leaders D. W. Wheeler 14
2003 14.1 Campus Computing K. C. Green 12
2003 14.1 Democratic Leadership: What Is It? D. Fasko, Jr. 10
2003 14.1 Becoming One of "Us": Promoting a Sense of Institutional Fit Among Faculty J. A. Lindholm 7
2003 14.1 Defining Institutional and Applicant Expectations During Chair Selection L. J. Jenski, M. M. Walczak, & N. D. Lees 3
2003 14.1 Rules Versus Exceptions: A Delicate Balancing Act for the Humane Administrator D. J. Julius 3
2003 14.1 Communicating for Results: Strategies for Department Chairs M. Hickson, D. Stacks, & S. Morreale 1
2003 13.4 Building Consensus and Implementing a Vision D. F. Brakke, J. A. Dilts, S. Nadler, & J. A. Narum 26
2003 13.4 CPR for an Ailing Department D. Steyn 24
2003 13.4 A Practical Approach to Developing a Five-Year Plan J. Van Keuren 23
2003 13.4 The Lopsided Stool: Rewarding Faculty Service B. L. Morgan 21
2003 13.4 Managing Diversity M. Meadows 20
2003 13.4 Balancing the Budget: Individual Faculty Development Accounts L. M. Marquis 17
2003 13.4 Department Planning Within the Context of Institutional Expectations L. J. Jenski & N. D. Lees 14
2003 13.4 The Emerging Role of the Department Chair in Development: Implementing Your Development Plan G. D. Brum 9
2003 13.4 Leadership Through Listening E. Cyr 7
2003 13.4 Strategies for Successful Chairing: Private Work and Scholarship N. D. Lees & D. J. Malik 1
2003 13.3 Living the Good Life: Administratively, Happily, and Productively J. S. Rabianski 27
2003 13.3 Evolution of a Pharmacy Faculty Development Plan J. F. Johnson & R. Rospond 25
2003 13.3 Fair Pay and Fair Play: Accountability in Merit Pay at the University of Connecticut R. J. Holzworth, E. Marth, & F. Maryanski 23
2003 13.3 Creating an Environment for Minimizing Conflict Between Faculty and the Department Chairperson S. Gialamas, A. Cherif, & S. Hilentzaris 21
2003 13.3 Is a Vice Presidency in the Cards? S. Kupisch 19
2003 13.3 The Emerging Role of the Department Chair in Development: Creating a Development Plan G. D. Brum 15
2003 13.3 Strategies for Successful Chairing: Public Work N. D. Lees & D. J. Malik 13
2003 13.3 Imagination, Conversation, and Academic Leadership J. B. Bennett 9
2003 13.3 The Responsive Campus: Nine Ways to Weaken Faculty Commitment to the University W. G. Tierney 7
2003 13.3 Top Ten Issues for Department Chairs D. Hirsch 1
2002 13.2 Excellent Departments: The Dean's View B. F. Chabot 25
2002 13.2 Battling Metaphors: Leading From Our Strength P. W. Ranieri 24
2002 13.2 When Part-Time Instructors Unionize L. Jones 21
2002 13.2 How to Make Part-Timers a Part of your Program's Success B. Drewniany 19
2002 13.2 Developing an Organizational Culture and Infrastructure for Administrative Evaluation and Feedback R. G. Downey & K. Cox 15
2002 13.2 Building a Campus Model for Leadership Development W. H. Gmelch, B. Allen, & J. Melsa 13
2002 13.2 The Use of a Merit Pay Peer Review Panel (or How to Dodge Another Bullet) D. W. Cox & D. L. Howerton 10
2002 13.2 Engaging Mid-Career Faculty in a Time of Transition R. G. Baldwin 7
2002 13.2 A View From the Titanic: Strategic Responsiveness W. G. Tierney 3
2002 13.2 Creating the Engaged Department J. Wergin 1
2002 13.1 Campus Computing K. C. Green 25
2002 13.1 Using Teaching Portfolios in Faculty Job Searches: One Department's Recent Experience G. Nelson & R. Olwell 22
2002 13.1 New Female Chairs: Three Case Studies within a College M. E. Scranton, B. Blevins-Knabe, and J. M. Lewis 19
2002 13.1 Part-Time Faculty Utilization and Departmental Academic Vitality T. J. Schibik & C. F. Harrington 17
2002 13.1 Nontenured Chairs: A Tenuous Grip K. Heyl & S. Haynes 14
2002 13.1 Improving Your Department's Climate L. Anderson 12
2002 13.1 No Department Is an Island: The Integrated University Response to 21st Century Challenges B. J. Vallance & D. J. Murray 10
2002 13.1 Pairing: A Fruitful Activity for Department Chairs M. K. Madigan & S. Chabon 8
2002 13.1 The Collaborating Chair: Creating Interdepartmental Programs M. Shafii-Mousavi & K. Smith 6
2002 13.1 A Paradigm for Training Chairpersons K. Ward 1
2002 12.4 Planned Departmental Change 26
2002 12.4 The Critical Role of Department Chairs in Retention Initiatives S. Evenbeck, N. D. Lees, & N. V. N. Chism 24
2002 12.4 Integrating Part-time Instructional Faculty Members into the Department T. J. Bryan 20
2002 12.4 Proactive Responses to Professional Misconduct: The Chair's Role J. Braxton & A. Bayer 15
2002 12.4 Dealing with Department Chair Detractors: Strategies that Succeed T. McDaniel 13
2002 12.4 Doing University Governance for Fortune or Fame J. Rabianski 11
2002 12.4 Getting Out of the Office: Management by Walking Around B. Dolinsky & S. Quay 9
2002 12.4 Promotion, Tenure, and the Engaged Scholar: Keeping the Scholarship of Engagement in the Process S. Gelmon & S. Agre-Kippenhan 6
2002 12.4 How Do Chairs View Their Post-Tenure Review Policies and Practices? C. Licata & J. Morreale 1
2002 12.3 Notes Toward the Dispensations of the Clement Chair L. Dabundo 27
2002 12.3 In Pursuit of the Adult Learner L. Bash 25
2002 12.3 Publishing While Chairing D. R. Crase & D. Crase 24
2002 12.3 Epiphanies W. E. McCloskey 22
2002 12.3 Why Department Chairs Are Critical to the Success of First-Year Students J. N. Gardner 19
2002 12.3 Post-Tenure Review: What We Have Learned G. H. Hunt 17
2002 12.3 Lessons Learned: Reflections of a Departing Chair B. Whipple 11
2002 12.3 Asking the Right Questions at the Right Time: A Key Role for Effective Academic Leaders K. S. Mallard 9
2002 12.3 The Building of Chairs W. H. Gmelch 7
2002 12.3 The Administrative Portfolio P. Seldin & M. L. Higgerson 3
2002 12.3 Broadening Faculty Mentoring Programs J. C. Cavanaugh 1
2001 12.2 Faculty Development: Staying in Touch with Departments J. Kamber 27
2001 12.2 Identify the Issues: A Case Study K. H. Swanson 25
2001 12.2 Enhancing Departments through Universal Student Research and Technology C. Chambliss 23
2001 12.2 Recognizing Job Burnout: Surviving as an Academic Chairperson I. Ward & R. G. Downey 21
2001 12.2 Institutional Culture and Job Satisfaction: Lessons for Chairs E. Woods & K. Ross 19
2001 12.2 Strategic Planning of an Academic Department O. M. Ettouney 16
2001 12.2 New Unit Administrators: How Long Do They Pursue the Challenge? D. W. Wheeler 14
2001 12.2 Interview Strategies for Successful Faculty Recruitment J. P. Murray 12
2001 12.2 Ten Years Later: Preparing for the Chair's Role K. Ward 7
2001 12.2 The Role of Imagination in Leadership: Developing and Using Case Studies J. B. Bennett 3
2001 12.2 What Makes it Scholarship? R. M. Diamond 1
2001 12.1 Focused Recruiting and Mentoring of Faculty by Chairpersons E. R. Phillips & T. J. Cheatham 26
2001 12.1 Campus Computing K. C. Green 24
2001 12.1 Stress Reduction: A Worthy Institutional Goal J. D. North 22
2001 12.1 Interim Department Head? Confessions of a Professional Actor T. W. De Berry 21
2001 12.1 A New Perspective: The Department as the Unit of Analysis A. H. White & J. Pyfer 18
2001 12.1 Developmental Models for Chair Workload Delegation L. J. Jenski & N. D. Lees 17
2001 12.1 Serving as Department Chair: Using Leadership Theories to Guide Practice J. H. Schuh 14
2001 12.1 Department Chairs as Institutional Change Leaders: Reframing "Good Chair Leadership" P. D. Eckel 9
2001 12.1 Implementing Principles of Negotiation H. Giles-Gee, L. Anderson, C. Benton DeCorse, J. Governali, R. Grantham, & C. Malone 7
2001 12.1 Department Chair Relationships C. E. Bruess 3
2001 12.1 Paradise Lost M. D. Sorcinelli, A. E. Austin, & C. A. Trower 1
2001 11.4 Good Practice in Tenure Evaluation American Council on Education, American Association of University Professors, and United Educators Insurance 26
2001 11.4 International Cooperative Ventures: Payoffs for Faculty Members, Departments, Colleges, and Universities N. K. Napier & W. C. Lathen 24
2001 11.4 Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Academic Work M. J. Amey & D. F. Brown 22
2001 11.4 Curriculum Redesign: Process and Results P. L. Clow 21
2001 11.4 Rebuilding your Department R. P. Hamill 19
2001 11.4 Department Chair Strategies for Encouraging Meaningful Sabbaticals B. Kang & M. T. Miller 16
2001 11.4 Academic Retirement Policy in the Twenty-First Century: Opportunities and Challenges R. L. Clark & P. B. Hammond 14
2001 11.4 Midlife: The "Second Call" for Faculty Renewal I. E. Karpiak 11
2001 11.4 Advocacy, Leadership, and Change R. G. Anttonen & J. Chaskes 10
2001 11.4 Preparing Chairs for Expanded Roles in Post-Tenure Review: Providing Feedback to Faculty B. E. Brown, S. H. Barr, & N. D. Lees 7
2001 11.4 The Chair in the Emerging University R. D. Breslin 3
2001 11.4 Negotiating for Resources: Guidelines for Chairs H. Giles-Gee, L. Anderson, C. Benton-DeCorse, J. Governali, R. Grantham, & C. Malone 1
2001 11.3 The "Mikey" Phenomenon: Reflections of a First-Year Chair K. K. Franklin 26
2001 11.3 Getting Faculty to Use Email as a Teaching Tool K. Heath & C. Curtis 24
2001 11.3 Making Space for Spirit in the Department V. Miller & D. Scott 22
2001 11.3 Crossing Interdisciplinary Boundaries F. S. Johnson, A. J. Marchese, & P. Mosto 20
2001 11.3 Zero-Base Curriculum Review D. Dicks 17
2001 11.3 Activity-Based Costing and Higher Education: Can it Work? K. S. Cox, R. G. Downey, & L. G. Smith 15
2001 11.3 The Power of Collaboration in the Change Process C. C. DuCharme 13
2001 11.3 Peer Observation: A Process of Critical Reflection and Self-Evaluation M. Yon 9
2001 11.3 Preparing Chairs for Expanded Roles in Post-Tenure Review N. D. Lees, B. E. Brown, & S. H. Barr 7
2001 11.3 Department Chair Leadership and Full-Time Nontenure-Track Faculty J. L. Chronister & R. G. Baldwin 3
2001 11.3 Managing Departmental Terrorists R. Boice 1
2001 11.3 Power, Leadership, and Teaching J. B. Bennett 1
2000 11.2 Identifying and Eliminating Communication Barriers E. L. Norlin 25
2000 11.2 Turning Around a Failing CIS Program D. Little 24
2000 11.2 Program Reviews: More Than an Exercise D. R. Chase, P. M. Stevens, & R. Weiss 22
2000 11.2 Respecting Students and Faculty: The Need for "Intrusive" Assessment C. M. Wehlburg 20
2000 11.2 What Curriculum Leadership Role Does Your Dean Expect You to Play? J. S. Stark, C. L. Briggs, & J. Rowland-Poplawski 18
2000 11.2 Team-Based Professional Development: An Emphasis on Collaboration and Cooperation T. Billesbach, B. J. Bush, M. Gillespie, D. Krugger-Rameh, & M. Ruhl 15
2000 11.2 Budgeting as a Vehicle for Faculty Development L. C. Ferguson 13
2000 11.2 The Chair's Challenge: Hiring and Managing Couples and Partners L. R. Rodgers 10
2000 11.2 Preparing Chairs for Expanded Roles in Post-Tenure Review: New Perspectives for Chairs S. H. Barr, N. D. Lees, & B. E. Brown 9
2000 11.2 Making Faculty Evaluation Count D. J. Malik & N. D. Lees 6
2000 11.2 Are You Ready to Move Up in Administration: Some Decision-Making Guidelines for Academic Chairpersons J. Lankford 3
2000 11.2 When a Chair Becomes a Dean: The Rite of Passage W. H. Gmelch 1
2000 11.1 How Peter F. Drucker's "Five Most Important Questions" Can Enhance Shared Governance C. Rossum & R. A. Rossum 25
2000 11.1 Developing a Departmental Assessment Plan: Issues and Concerns B. M. Moskal & B. B. Bath 23
2000 11.1 Departmental Strategic Planning as a Team-Building Activity C. Warren 21
2000 11.1 Supervising Your Faculty with a Differentiated Model P. R. Rettig, S. Lampe, & P. Garcia 19
2000 11.1 Curriculum Leadership Activities Chairpersons Perform in Effective Departments J. S. Stark, C. L. Briggs, & J. Rowland-Poplawski 16
2000 11.1 Circle the Chairs: Some Thoughts on Classroom Architectural Pedagogy J. P. Dunn 15
2000 11.1 Budget Strategies: A Political Prescription for Academic Chairpersons W. Southerland, III 12
2000 11.1 Post-Tenure Review: A Model Developed by Faculty G. H. Hunt 10
2000 11.1 Creating a Training and Development Program for Department Heads R. A. Dyer, J. Frieman, & J. R. Coffman 8
2000 11.1 Survival Guide for New Chairs H. Rich 6
2000 11.1 Doing the Right Thing? Notes from a Former Nontenured Department Chair S. L. Gabbidon 2
2000 11.1 Leading University-Wide Change: Defining New Roles for the Department Chair D. J. Murray 1
2000 10.4 Is Work Its Own Reward? Assessing Faculty Morale and Rebuilding Faculty Community A. J. Silva, D. Clayton, E. Gunderson, & D. Thompson 26
2000 10.4 The Ideal World . . . and the Daily Grind A. Wright 25
2000 10.4 Explaining Faculty Development—Easy As Pie R. D. Brown 23
2000 10.4 The Department's Role in Educational Innovation: The Case of Classroom Collegiality D. B. Porter 21
2000 10.4 Returning to the Faculty Ranks J. R. August 18
2000 10.4 Making Teaching Evaluations Contribute to Teaching Improvement M. Marincovich 16
2000 10.4 Helping Faculty Use Information Technology in the Classroom D. R. Leaming 13
2000 10.4 Managing the In-Basket G. Manning 10
2000 10.4 Colleague vs. Colleague: Managing Ego Conflict K. S. Mallard 7
2000 10.4 Connecting Students, Faculty, and Community for Better Learning L. S. Albert 6
2000 10.4 The Department Chair as Faculty Developer H. B. Altman 1
2000 10.3 Critical Components of Departmental Success D. W. Wheeler 25
2000 10.3 Campus Computing K. C. Green 23
2000 10.3 The Department Chair as Instructional Leader in the New Technologies Environment N. V. N. Chism 20
2000 10.3 Building Successful Teaching Evaluation Programs P. Seldin 18
2000 10.3 Department Chairs and Deans: A Longitudinal Look at Issues that Dominate Their Lives M. D. Sorcinelli 15
2000 10.3 The Ten Worst Communication Mistakes that Department Chairs Can Make M. L. Higgerson 11
2000 10.3 Seize the Moment: Don't Just Change the Department, Transform It A. Lucas 10
2000 10.3 Strategic Planning: Ensuring the Relevancy of Academic Programs C. Waldauer & J. A. DiAngelo, Jr. 7
2000 10.3 Traditional Leadership in New Times: The Department Chairperson in the Third Millennium J. B. Bennett 3
2000 10.3 Dealing with Deadwood W. Tierney 1
1999 10.2 Implementing Use of Technology: Tips for Department Chairs D. G. Brown 20
1999 10.2 Individualization of Faculty Work: A Developing Model at Kansas State University J. R. Coffman, R. G. Downey, & R. A. Dyer 16
1999 10.2 A Three-Way Approach to Successfully Mentoring the Novice Chair B. P. Dixey, A. Ducharme, & F. D. Toth 14
1999 10.2 Management by Walking Around and the Department Chair K. S. Mallard 13
1999 10.2 You Look for Meaning in the Cracks: Faculty Meaning Making and Its Implications for Administrators C. N. Michael & N. D. Young 11
1999 10.2 Nontenure-Track Faculty: Facing the Challenge J. K. Urice 9
1999 10.2 Post-Tenure Review: Changes for Faculty and Challenges for Department Chairs N. D. Lees, S. Hook, & G. Powers 7
1999 10.2 Transitions: From Faculty Member to Department Chair I. W. D. Hecht 5
1999 10.2 Am I Inconsistent, Schizophrenic, or Dancing with the Tension of Opposites F. C. Welch 2
1999 10.2 Pastoral Duties and Department Chairs J. B. Bennett 1
1999 10.2 Why Department Chairs Should Learn to Be Fundraisers R. C. Allen 1
1999 10.1 Some Guidelines for Professional Presentations C. Simonds & K. McKinney 16
1999 10.1 Using Solution-Focused Management Strategies to Strengthen Departments C. Chambliss 14
1999 10.1 Academic Advising: Meeting the Needs of Students and Faculty L. P. Anderson 13
1999 10.1 Transformation Through Collaboration: Imperatives for Departmental Change C. T. Higgs & B. A. McKinley 11
1999 10.1 Helping Faculty Meet Important Department Deadlines J. S. Quinlan 10
1999 10.1 Looking for CLUES: Exploring Departments with Continuous Program Planning C. L. Briggs, J. Rowland-Poplawski, & J. S. Stark 8
1999 10.1 Surviving Semester Conversion W. F. Mugleston 6
1999 10.1 Peer Observation of Teaching: Strategies for Interpreting the Write-Up Right G. F. Kohut, D. M. Langsam, R. Z. Makki, M. A. Pearson, P. A. Sofras, & K. B. Yancey 4
1999 10.1 Post-Tenure Review: Department Procedures C. Wells 2
1999 10.1 Creating a Link Between Accountability and Department Improvement N. D. Lees & D. J. Malik 1
1999 10.1 Retaining Non-Majority Faculty—What Senior Faculty Must Do J. A. Moody 1
1999 9.4 Instructional Reorganization: The Process A. J. Marrow & M. H. Parsons 17
1999 9.4 Pedagogy vs. Productivity: What Departments Can Do M. Winkelmes 14
1999 9.4 Fair Pay for Adjuncts J. G. Chadney 13
1999 9.4 The Department Chair as an Advocate of Discipline-Specific Instructional Development L. Tang 11
1999 9.4 Technology in Teaching: Creating a Supportive Environment for Faculty Development L. L. Smith 9
1999 9.4 How Do Chairs Stack Up? T. E. Young 8
1999 9.4 Balancing the Personal and Professional Life R. D. Simpson 6
1999 9.4 Challenges to 21st Century Department Chairs D. J. Rowley 4
1999 9.4 Making Program Reviews Credible and Useful C. B. Howery 2
1999 9.4 Alleviating the Torture of the Tenure Track: All it Takes is a Little Show and Tell C. A. Trower 1
1999 9.4 Involving Students in the Department's Business Makes Good Educational Sense D. R. Leaming 1
1999 9.3 Opportunity to Preview Harvard Teaching Series Videos J. Wilkinson 23
1999 9.3 Encouraging Teaching Discussions P. Chin 18
1999 9.3 Job Dissatisfaction and Turnover Among Two-Year College Division Chairs J. I. Murray & J. P. Murray 15
1999 9.3 Reflections of a Departing Chair R. D. Kneedler 13
1999 9.3 Lending an Ear: The Chair's Role as Listener K. S. Mallard 11
1999 9.3 Faculty Evaluation: Role of Chairpersons in Addressing Faculty Development and Accountability H. Giles-Gee & M. J. McMahon 7
1999 9.3 Maximize Departmental Collaboration Through Effective Facilitation and Meeting Management Techniques M. P. Nikola 6
1999 9.3 Enhancing Department Leadership and Management M. D. Sorcinelli 4
1999 9.3 The Administrative Search Process: One Approach R. M. Diamond 2
1999 9.3 Email: Time Saver or Trouble Maker? M. L. Higgerson 1
1999 9.3 Reaching the Unreachable: Improving the Teaching of Poor Teachers A. Lucas 1
1998 9.2 Into the Second Generation: A Survival Guide for Department Chairs W. F. Mugleston 18
1998 9.2 The Student-Centered Department J. S. Quinlan 16
1998 9.2 Retaining and Mentoring New Colleagues B. Perlman & L. I. McCann 15
1998 9.2 Preparing Faculty for Leadership Roles D. F. Bright 13
1998 9.2 The Department Chair's Role in Peer Review of Teaching N. V. N. Chism 11
1998 9.2 Creating a Community of Chairs R. C. Turner, N. D. Lees, E. T. Mullen, D. Malik, & D. Ford 9
1998 9.2 Creating and Maintaining TA Training Programs S. A. Ronkowski 7
1998 9.2 Helping and Caring for Difficult or Troubled Faculty D. R. Leaming 5
1998 9.2 Change: Urgent Issues and Necessary Conditions R. M. Diamond 4
1998 9.2 Leadership Development for Department Chairs: Lessons from an ACE Fellowship Year L. P. Brady 2
1998 9.2 Evaluating Faculty Performance: Will Your Decisions Withstand Legal Challenge? J. W. Murry, Jr. 1
1998 9.2 Future Challenges for Department Chairs M. P. Richards 1
1998 9.1 Successful Teacher-Scholars Teacher Scholar Report 18
1998 9.1 A Department Chair Evaluation Form 17
1998 9.1 Defining the Meritorious: The Role of the Department Chair K. Conway-Turner 16
1998 9.1 New Pathways Department Survey American Association for Higher Education 13
1998 9.1 The Tragedy of the Common Room M. Moseley 13
1998 9.1 Internal Chairperson Development Programs K. H. Gillespie 11
1998 9.1 Avoiding Legal Problems: Questions and Answers about Legal Issues that Chairs Commonly Face, Part II D. R. Leaming 9
1998 9.1 Ten Principles of Academic Integrity for Faculty D. L. McCabe & G. Pavela 8
1998 9.1 How to Deliver Bad News Positively M. L. Higgerson 6
1998 9.1 The Department Chair's Role in Fostering the Growth and Development of Junior Faculty B. Q. Beaudin 3
1998 9.1 A New Faculty Orientation Program that Works R. B. Mattingly 2
1998 9.1 Facilitating Faculty Use of Technology in Teaching R. A. Arreola 1
1998 9.1 Multidimensional Forms of Scholarship and the Collaborative Department M. S. Henry & G. S. Anderson 1
1998 8.4 Development for Administrators From The Vitality of Senior Faculty Members 20
1998 8.4 The Nuts and Bolts of Faculty Recruitment, Part II: The Campus Visit Through the Search Completion B. Perlman & L. I. McCann 16
1998 8.4 Helping Faculty Embrace Change in Technology A. Jacobs 14
1998 8.4 Departmental Focus for Developmental Post-Tenure Review J. North 13
1998 8.4 Campus Computing K. C. Green 10
1998 8.4 Moving Toward "Our" Work: Rewarding Teams D. W. Wheeler 9
1998 8.4 Expanding Teams Beyond Department Walls M. L. Higgerson 7
1998 8.4 From "My Work" to "Our Work": Rationale for a Shift in Emphasis H. B. Altman 6
1998 8.4 Avoiding Legal Problems: Questions and Answers About Legal Issues that Chairs Commonly Face D. R. Leaming 4
1998 8.4 It's Not All the Same: Conflict Management Styles for Department Chairs S. A. Holton 2
1998 8.4 Destiny or Dinosaur: Redefining the 21st Century Academic Department S. R. Portch 1
1998 8.4 Preparing the Next Generation of Faculty for Sustained Career Success J. R. August 1
1998 8.3 To See Ourselves as Others See Us K. B. Stauffacher & J. W. Murray 19
1998 8.3 The Nuts and Bolts of Faculty Recruitment, Part I: From Forming the Recruitment Committee through Identifying Campus Visitors B. Perlman & L. I. McCann 16
1998 8.3 Becoming a Stress Resistant Department Chair T. Hatfield & S. Hatfield 12
1998 8.3 Recommendations and Reflections for the Novice Administrator L. McClain-Ruelle 10
1998 8.3 Fostering Student Transformation: The New Departmental Focus C. Chambliss 9
1998 8.3 Developing a Client-Based Curriculum J. D. Shirk & B. D. Runnels 7
1998 8.3 Marketing Your Department M. H. Parsons 6
1998 8.3 Serving Your Constituents via the World Wide Web R. Summary & L. Summary 4
1998 8.3 Department Chair to Administrator: An Evolution H. Giles-Gee & M. J. McMahon 2
1998 8.3 Improving Life on the Tenure Track: An Organizational Framework for Excellence W. G. Tierney 1
1998 8.3 What Department Chairs Can Do to Foster Student Retention J. N. Gardner 1
1997 8.2 Chairing as Support J. A. Walsh 14
1997 8.2 The Place of Teaching in Faculty Recruiting B. Perlman & L. I. McCann 10
1997 8.2 Building Effective Work Teams S. G. Byrd 9
1997 8.2 Organizing Effective Department Workshops J. S. Quinlan 6
1997 8.2 A Process for Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Reviews M. L. Calhoun & J. Nagle 5
1997 8.2 Preparing for Academic Performance Appraisals K. S. Mallard 3
1997 8.2 Preparing for Post-Tenure Review M. P. Richards 2
1997 8.2 Authority, Hospitality, and the Academic Department J. B. Bennett 1
1997 8.2 Managing Department Conflict S. A. Holton 1
1997 8.1 Length of Service for Department Chairs: Leaving Before the Posse Shows Up J. G. Eisen 19
1997 8.1 Using Outcomes Assessment to Enhance Education C. Chambliss 15
1997 8.1 Can External Program Review Catalyze Departmental Change? N. D. Lees & D. J. Malik 13
1997 8.1 Encouraging Creative Problem Solving B. L. Smith 12
1997 8.1 Department Chair/Secretary Communications Survey J. S. Quinlan 9
1997 8.1 Revitalizing the Department Chair: Ten Recommendations to Make the Role More Attractive, Powerful, and Effective R. P. McAdams 6
1997 8.1 Post-Tenure Review: A Threat or an Opportunity? D. W. Wheeler 5
1997 8.1 On the Tightrope: The Department Chair as Faculty Evaluator and Developer R. A. Arreola 3
1997 8.1 Departmental Planning: The First Step in Recruiting B. Perlman & L. I. McCann 2
1997 8.1 Preventing Dysfunctional Conflict in the Department A. F. Lucas 1
1997 8.1 System-Wide and Institutional Development Programs for Chairpersons H. Giles-Gee & M. J. Mahon 1
1997 7.4 Searching for a Shared Vision: Future Search at Austin Community College T. Quereau, R. Peoples, & J. Smith 16
1997 7.4 Leading and Surviving: The Nontenured Department Chairs' Challenges A. O'Neill, J. S. C. Simplicio, & G. Martin 13
1997 7.4 Beginning to Understand Why Change is Difficult P. Eckel 11
1997 7.4 Mining and Refining the Gold from Within: A College's Leadership Academy K. Boswell 10
1997 7.4 Five Interaction Styles of Department Chairs J. G. Eisen 7
1997 7.4 Development of a Bottom-up Evaluation of Administrative Performance D. G. Underwood 4
1997 7.4 Ethical Guidelines for Faculty Recruiting B. Perlman & L. I. McCann 4
1997 7.4 Department Operational Budgets: A Search for Fairness A. Podolefsky & J. G. Chadney 2
1997 7.4 Negotiating Minefields: Academic Leadership in a Union Environment L. Aufderheide 1
1997 7.4 Successfully Leading Departmental Change A. F. Lucas 1
1997 7.3 The Department Chair as Teacher and Researcher D. Germeroth 17
1997 7.3 Work Orientation and Work Realities S. Harris Sledge 15
1997 7.3 Current Faculty Policies American Council on Education 14
1997 7.3 Integrating Research and Research-Based Instruction into the Teaching Mission of a Graduate Department D. A. Francko 13
1997 7.3 Maintaining Teaching Balance in the Department N. D. Lees & D. J. Malik 11
1997 7.3 The Department Chairs' Think Tanks: A Model for Department Chair Development W. F. Carroll 7
1997 7.3 Participation: The Key to Developing a Faculty Performance Evaluation Instrument R. J. Daigle, M. V. Doran, D. L. Feinstein, & S. N. Vest 6
1997 7.3 A Balanced Approach to Performance Measurement J. P. McAllister 4
1997 7.3 The Process of Innovation: Creating a Learning Community M. H. Parsons 3
1997 7.3 Campus Computing K. C. Green 2
1997 7.3 Perceptions of Liberal Arts College Values A. Withers & R. B. Young 1
1997 7.3 Shaping Department Ethics M. L. Higgerson 1
1996 7.2 Building a Community of Chairs Through Informal Initiatives: A Case History L. Bash & G. Ellis 16
1996 7.2 Memoranda of Understanding: Their Role in Accountability B. Karlin, L. Kooperman, & W. Stevenson 12
1996 7.2 Using the World Wide Web as a Tool in Administering Academic Departments J. P. Deavor 11
1996 7.2 Time Travel in the Chair's Journey W. H. Gmelch 8
1996 7.2 Teaching Circles M. Moseley 7
1996 7.2 Campuses Adjusting to New Realities American Council on Education 6
1996 7.2 Three-Phase Process for Documenting and Evaluating Faculty Performance for Pay Increases, Promotion, and Tenure W. M. Watt & J. L. Murphy 4
1996 7.2 CyberCampus Launched N/A 3
1996 7.2 Merit Pay: Demerits and Alternatives T. E. Young 2
1996 7.2 Assessing Department Ethics M. L. Higgerson 1
1996 7.1 An Academic Assessment Tool: Graduating Senior Survey J. B. Mitchell 17
1996 7.1 Developing a Multidisciplinary Student Ratings Form T. J. Lawson 16
1996 7.1 College Teacher Orientation and Development on a Shoestring C. Mooney & M. Hopkins-Best 14
1996 7.1 The Department Chair and the Mentoring of New Faculty G. A. Best & A. V. Watkins 10
1996 7.1 BYU's Teaching Partnership Program L. M. Illes 8
1996 7.1 Stimulating the Conversation About Teaching: Departmental Teaching Awards N. V. N. Chism & R. L.Arnold 7
1996 7.1 Moving Instructional Development Closer to the Disciplines: Departmental Instructional Liaisons D. DeZure 5
1996 7.1 Service-Learning: Challenges and Opportunities for the Department Chair E. Zlotkowski 3
1996 7.1 Institutional Change and Departmental Decision-Making: The Importance of Chairs' Perspectives W. T. Dillon & D. Lieberman 2
1996 7.1 Positive and Negative Forces for Change in Departments J. F. Wergin 1
1996 7.1 What is a Quality Department? H. B. Altman 1
1996 7.1 Quality Departments: Surveillance or Accountability? A. F. Lucas 1
1996 6.4 My Favorite Professor Radio Spots M. Burgen 20
1996 6.4 Interdisciplinary Initiatives D. Potter 17
1996 6.4 Implementing Post-Tenure Review in a Small College Environment W. G. Neal, B. W. Kimzey, & S. R. Smith 15
1996 6.4 Deans and Development: A Perspective from a State University G. C. Bond 14
1996 6.4 Humanities and Community Services: The Development of an Interdisciplinary Core R. Kamber 12
1996 6.4 Assessment at the Departmental Level H. A. Tickle & J. O. Nichols 10
1996 6.4 Department Secretary/Chair Working Relationships J. S. Quinlan 10
1996 6.4 Some Demographics of the Department Chair T. E. Young 8
1996 6.4 The Department Chair's Role in Working with Junior Faculty K. Sanders, K. Ward, & E. Bensimon 7
1996 6.4 Goals and Objectives: The First Step in an Academic Outcomes Assessment Plan J. B. Mitchell 6
1996 6.4 Five-Year Career Plans: Improving Accountability for Long-Term Faculty Development J. R. August 5
1996 6.4 Assessing Portfolio Quality in the Performance Review Process M. Rhinehart & B. Lamb 4
1996 6.4 Improving College Teaching P. Seldin 3
1996 6.4 Comprehensive Change and Academic Departments: Facing the Future, Insights from a National Change Project P. Eckel & M. Green 2
1996 6.4 How to Work with Your Dean: Voices of American and Australian Department Chairs W. H. Gmelch & J. Sarros 1
1996 6.4 What it Takes to Lead a Department R. M. Diamond 1
1996 6.3 Bridging Two Worlds: Service and Scholarship D. Hirsch & E. Lynton 12
1996 6.3 Solace for Former Department Chairmen N. Perrin 9
1996 6.3 From Moveable Type to Cyberspace, Copyright Makes the Grade J. Lichtenberg 6
1996 6.3 Another Look at Faculty Roles and Rewards N. K. Bell 2
1996 6.3 Coming to Terms with the Future: Telecommunications and the Collegium J. B. Bennett 1
1996 6.3 The Chair, the University, and the Department: A Revision of Roles I. W. D. Hecht 1
1995 6.2 Documenting Professional Service E. A. Lynton 17
1995 6.2 Preparing a Proposal: Communicating at its Best R. Lundgren 14
1995 6.2 Improving Adjunct Faculty Competence and Longevity J. L. Gadberry & J. DiConstanzo 13
1995 6.2 A Question for the Future CEO: Campus of the Future or Future of the Campus? W. H. Graves 11
1995 6.2 How to Survive Being Chairperson and Live to a Ripe Old Age (Maybe) While Maintaining Faculty Morale in Your Department D. B. Kelley 9
1995 6.2 The Transfusion of a Complacent Department D. Crase 6
1995 6.2 Departmental Newsletters: Worth the Effort? M. P. Richards 5
1995 6.2 Share the Chair: A Case Study of Shared Leadership K. Brayden, J. Rethmeier, & C. Wyatt 3
1995 6.2 Using a Pedagogical Colloquium in Faculty Hiring H. Byrnes 2
1995 6.2 Improving a Departmental Teaching Evaluation System L. Richlin & B. Manning 1
1995 6.2 The Model Department Initiative B. Kane, B. Butterfield, & A. Casey 1
1995 6.1 Documenting and Evaluating Drama Faculty Productivity Using Portfolio Assessment W. M. Watt 20
1995 6.1 Incorporating the Core of Academe into the Evaluative Process of Faculty H. L. Thompson 17
1995 6.1 Improving an Institution's Environment to Enhance Quality S. Winchip 16
1995 6.1 Realigning Faculty Work With Student Learning: A Proposal for "New American Colleges" J. L. Subbiondo 14
1995 6.1 Vitalizing Senior Faculty M. Finkelstein & R. Seal 12
1995 6.1 What Do Faculty Really Want? S. A. Holton 8
1995 6.1 The Departmental Academic Administrator as Jailhouse Lawyer J. Hall 6
1995 6.1 Improving Faculty Selection: The Critical Indices Approach R. J. Ilkka 5
1995 6.1 Using the Case Study Method to Screen Applicants M. L. Higgerson 3
1995 6.1 New Challenges for Department Chairs J. F. Wergin 2
1995 6.1 Fostering Elements of Change in a Department N. D. Lees & D. J. Malik 1
1995 6.1 The Department Chair's Dilemma: Administrative Challenges in a New Era W. G. Berberet 1
1995 5.4 Incentives for Teaching Excellence A. K. Carey 17
1995 5.4 How Teaching Portfolios Improve Course Instruction J. Zubizarreta 15
1995 5.4 Selecting Members of the Faculty Search Committee R. Ilkka 11
1995 5.4 Faculty/Administration Relation: Friction in the System K. B. Mann 9
1995 5.4 Mid-Year Meetings: Integrating Faculty Development into the Annual Evaluation Process J. R. August 6
1995 5.4 Department-Centered Planning, Review, and Assessment M. Bagshaw 4
1995 5.4 Sorting Through the Metaphors J. B. Bennett 3
1995 5.4 New Roles for the Academic Departments in an Era of Reform J. A. Ramaley 2
1995 5.4 Department-Based Audit of Undergraduate Instruction S. Tobias 1
1995 5.4 The Future of Academic Tenure R. P. Chait 1
1995 5.3 Gaining Recognition at Learned Gatherings H. J. Bullford 19
1995 5.3 Temple University's Senior Mentoring Service: New Dogs and Old Tricks D. Rackin 15
1995 5.3 Women as Mentors: Myths and Commandments B. R. Sandler 14
1995 5.3 Lessons Learned About "Chairing" from Nursing Administration Graduate Departments T. A. Kippenbrock 12
1995 5.3 Applying Group Decision-Making to Meetings J. O. Hammons & J. W. Murry, Jr. 10
1995 5.3 Faculty Roles in the Context of the Departmental Mission (reprinted because of error in previous issue) E. A. Lynton 8
1995 5.3 Meetings: No Time to Waste D. L. Eisler 6
1995 5.3 Faculty Workload Decisions: More than Just Teaching Assignments A. C. Seidel 4
1995 5.3 Tips for Documenting Performance Evaluation M. L. Higgerson 3
1995 5.3 Annual Academic Performance Reviews S. Minner 2
1995 5.3 The Role of Academic Departments and Department Chairs in Preparing Graduate Students to Teach P. Hutchings & L. M. Lambert 1
1995 5.3 Myths that Paralyze Chairs A. F. Lucas 1
1994 5.2 Recruiting Faculty at Professional Conferences B. Bosworth 19
1994 5.2 Preparing for and Conducting Efficient Meetings C. E. Beck 16
1994 5.2 Muddling Through Educational Improvement: Deans and Technology E. R. Baer 14
1994 5.2 The New Instructional Media: One Publisher's Perspective S. Saltrick 13
1994 5.2 The Teaching Portfolio and the Chairperson J. P. Murray 8
1994 5.2 Gladly Teaching S. Schuman 6
1994 5.2 Important Challenges in the Next Five Years American Council on Education 5
1994 5.2 Exemplary Ways of Facilitating New Faculty's Progress R. Boice 4
1994 5.2 Strategies for Conducting Face to Face Faculty Evaluations M. L. Higgerson 2
1994 5.2 Department Chairs and the Leadership Question C. M. Lovett 1
1994 5.2 Faculty Roles in the Context of the Departmental Mission E. A. Lynton 1
1994 5.1 A Department Head's Perspectives on Diversity: Domains and Challenges H. D. Grotevant 16
1994 5.1 Writerly Ways of Exemplary People R. Boice 12
1994 5.1 Pre-Tenure Track Appointments and Mentor Committees J. R. August 9
1994 5.1 Substance Abuse in the Department I. W. D. Hecht 6
1994 5.1 Roles of the Department Chair Perceived by Faculty as Facilitating Tenure F. Daly & B. K. Townsend 5
1994 5.1 Department Teams: Perspective and Process V. D. Miskin & W. H. Gmelch 4
1994 5.1 Heads Hold Key to Faculty Development W. A. Wright 2
1994 5.1 Higher Education and High Standards R. W. Riley 1
1994 5.1 The Academy, Self-Regulation, and Department Chairpersons J. B. Bennett 1
1994 4.4 Nurturing Faculty Publication: The Chair's Role R. Penaskovic 16
1994 4.4 Evolution of a Department: A Case Study H. M. Rockwood 14
1994 4.4 The Associate Professorship: Motivating Members at a Poorly Defined Academic Rank J. R. August 10
1994 4.4 The Digital Transformation of Learning: Teaching Materials and New Technologies J. Lichtenberg 8
1994 4.4 Research and Faculty Evaluation Practice: A Bridge Not Crossed P.A. Cohen 6
1994 4.4 Improving Professional Development Support for Women Faculty J. Y. Switzer 4
1994 4.4 Caught in the Middle: The Pressures of Chairing the Academic Unit A. T. Seagren & M. T. Miller 2
1994 4.4 Principles and Characteristics of Successful Leadership: The Department Chair in the 1990s W. L. Hoffman & J. L. Davis 1
1994 4.4 Using Portfolios to Identify Candidates for Academic Leadership L. Aufderheide & J. L. Grunzweig 1
1994 4.3 Students as Colleagues: The Case for Student Management Teams E. B. Nuhfer 14
1994 4.3 Intellectual Property and the New Technologies J. Lichtenberg 10
1994 4.3 The Department Chair and the Dean J. L. Gordon 9
1994 4.3 The Associate Department Chair P. J. Wellman 8
1994 4.3 Creating More with Less through Total Quality Management C. A. Chambliss 6
1994 4.3 Changes in Faculty Policies and Practices From Campus Trends 1993 3
1994 4.3 Averting Budget Cuts M. P. Richards 2
1994 4.3 Institutional Mission, Faculty Rewards, and the Emerging Role of the Department Chair B. E. Adam & R. M. Diamond 1
1994 4.3 Departmental Leadership and Continuous Quality Improvement C. M. Lovett 1
1993 4.2 The Syllabi, Those Wondrous Works of Art J. P. Dunn 17
1993 4.2 Cultivating Student Evaluations H. J. Bullford 16
1993 4.2 Chairing a Multicultural Department: Complex Responsibility and Multiple Rewards C. Robinson-Zanartu 11
1993 4.2 In Support of Deliberative Action J. W. Johnson 10
1993 4.2 Marketing the Academic Department M. L. Higgerson 5
1993 4.2 The College Textbook: Is There Life After Adoption? J. Lichtenberg 4
1993 4.2 Faculty Priorities R. Edgerton 3
1993 4.2 Are There Pay-Offs for Department Chairs? W. H. Gmelch 2
1993 4.2 Facilitating Small Group Discussions J. B. Bennett 1
1993 4.2 Faculty Evaluation and the New Academic Culture J. F. Wergin 1
1993 4.1 Teaching and Technology Initiative Jericho Project 21
1993 4.1 The Competing Roles of Department Chairs W. H. Gmelch & J. B. Carroll 17
1993 4.1 Professor of the Year Council for the Advancement of Student Education 16
1993 4.1 Communicating Departmental Data Offensively and Defensively S. S. Rehwaldt 13
1993 4.1 Strategies for Screening Applicants M. L. Higgerson 12
1993 4.1 New Faculty and Occupational Stress J. D. North 10
1993 4.1 Translating Your Department Culture for Junior Faculty R. J. Rodrigues 9
1993 4.1 Selecting and Compensating Department Chairs in Independent Colleges S. H. Good & T. R. McDaniel 7
1993 4.1 Neither Fish nor Fowl? III S. Kokovich & C. Drubel 4
1993 4.1 Improving Minority Recruitment and Retention ETS Policy Notes 3
1993 4.1 A Department Chairs' Council T. F. Hawk 2
1993 4.1 Department Chairs: Then and Now J. B. Bennett 1
1993 4.1 Individual Faculty Budgets R. H. Mabry 1
1993 3.4 The Big Man and the Small Department H. Burhenn 21
1993 3.4 Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning American Association for Higher Education 18
1993 3.4 Conversations Among Chairs C. Brown 16
1993 3.4 Hiring: Back to the Basics J. P. Murray 16
1993 3.4 Major Changes for Higher Education Chronicle of Higher Education 14
1993 3.4 The Selling of an English Department E. Penfield 13
1993 3.4 The Paradoxical Case of the College Textbook J. Lichtenberg 10
1993 3.4 Planning Successful Sabbaticals T. E. Franklin 8
1993 3.4 Chairing the Multidiscipline Department: Double (or more) the Pressure, a Fraction of the Fun? B. L. Partin 6
1993 3.4 The Continued Relevance of the Annual Merit Review G. E. Kundey 4
1993 3.4 Formative Evaluation of the Department Chair G. R. Johnson 2
1993 3.4 Clearing the Air J. B. Bennett 1
1993 3.4 Preparing the Promotion/Tenure Dossier M. P. Richards 1
1993 3.3 Scholarship of Application: A Case Study I. W. D. Hecht 16
1993 3.3 Quid Pro Quo Vadis: Gathering Resources for Your Department L. Brill 14
1993 3.3 Lessons Learned to Improve Teaching Effectiveness R. Shackelford, P. Seldin, & L. Annis 11
1993 3.3 Departmental Management with Computers L. D. Roper 8
1993 3.3 Neither Fish Nor Fowl? II S. Kokovich & C. Drubel 6
1993 3.3 Citizenship H. Rosovsky 4
1993 3.3 Chairs as Reflective Practitioners R. A. Smith & D. W. Wheeler 2
1993 3.3 Seeking Resources, Obtaining Forgiveness M. A. Dalbey 1
1993 3.3 The Preparation of Graduate Teaching Assistants M. Svinicki & T. A. Sullivan 1
1992 3.2 Department Committees A. Tucker 23
1992 3.2 Department Chair as Change Agent M. L. Higgerson 19
1992 3.2 A View From the Year 2020: What Department Chairpersons May Already Know R. J. Griffore 17
1992 3.2 An Update on the Teaching Portfolio P. Seldin 14
1992 3.2 Faculty and Life in the Academy J. M. Anker 12
1992 3.2 Phasing-Out to Relieve Retirement Shock C. Schoenfeld 12
1992 3.2 Departmental Meetings T. P. Hawk 10
1992 3.2 Faculty Expectations of the Department Chair J. P. Murray 7
1992 3.2 Legal Issues: The Performance Appraisal R. B. Edwards 4
1992 3.2 Fellows are Faster Chronicle of Higher Education 3
1992 3.2 Textbook Publishers Confront a New Role J. L. Dionne 2
1992 3.2 Departmental Leadership and the Learning Organization G. A. Baker 1
1992 3.2 Global Assessments of Department Quality L. H. Bowker, J. R. McFerron, D. M. Lynch, & I. A. C. Beckford 1
1992 3.1 The Military Science Department Chair R. Berwick 23
1992 3.1 Listening to the Clock Within M. E. Sullivan 18
1992 3.1 Graduate Student Unions E. J. Isaacs 12
1992 3.1 Evaluating Responsibilities of the Department Chairperson J. H. Korn & D. C. Munz 11