Looking to expand your knowledge related to accreditation, higher education, program management, or performance management? Every month, we will share a short list of articles or resources from around the web that may be interesting and valuable to NASPAA-accredited programs.
- Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement (CIGE) Insights into Global Higher Education, American Council on Education – A series of papers exploring the internationalization of higher education, including a report offering guidance to institutions developing international partnerships.
- VALUE (Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education), AAC&U – Assessment help and tools provided as part of AAC&U’s campus LEAP initiative to build meaningful student learning assessment.
- “In Faculty Hiring, Temporary Less Often Means Part-Time”, Peter Schmidt, The Chronicle of Higher Education – What does the increase in full-time, non-tenure track hires mean for the face of higher education?
- “Exploring the Demand for PhDs in Public Affairs and Administration”, Dianne Rahm, Vicki Brittain, Christopher Brown, Charles Garofalo, Nandhini Rangarajan, Patricia Shields, and Hyun Jung Yun, JPAE – An initial look into how the public affairs PhD market impacts academic hirings.
- “Innovation Alone Won’t Fix Social Problems”, Amanda Moore McBride and Eric Mlyn, The Chronicle of Higher Education – Using universities to deepen the public service motivation of the next generations. What role can MPA and MPP programs play in this?
- “The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2014″, Cooperative Institutional Research Program, UCLA – The Higher Education Research Institute finds that over 70 percent of college freshman aspire to an advanced degree. How can MPA and MPP programs capitalize on this goal as students first walk onto campus?
- “Internships as Academic Exercise: An Assessment of MPA Curriculum Models”, Tyler P. Reinagel and John David Gerlach, JPAE – An examination of the value, function, and student needs of the student internship experience.