Organization and Administration in Higher Education
Edited by Patrick J. Schloss, Kristina M. Cragg
Routledge – 2013 – 310 pages
Efficiency, focus, and accountability have become the defining standards for contemporary higher educational leaders. Situating strategic planning and budgeting within the organization and administration of higher education institutions, Organization and Administration in Higher Education provides effective and proven strategies for today’s change-oriented leaders. Bringing together distinguished administrators from two-year, four-year, public, and private colleges and universities, this volume provide both practical and effective guidance on the intricacies of the institutional structure, its functional activities, and contingency planning. Coverage includes:
Effective planning and administration can elevate an institution in critical ways, by enhancing recruitment and retention, strengthening student life, increasing outside support and private giving, and advancing a reputation for excellence. This practical and authoritative guide orients future and current administrators to the major areas of an academic institution and will assist higher education administrators in leading their institutions to excellence.
Part 1: Structure of Institutions
Part 2: Functional Activities of Institutions
Part 3: Contingency Planning for Institutions
Patrick J. Schloss, Ph.D., is Assistant Executive Vice Chancellor for Retention, Progression, and Graduation for the University System of Georgia and former President of Valdosta State University, USA.
Kristina M. Cragg, Ph.D., is Associate Vice President of Institutional Research at Bridgepoint Education, USA.