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Factors that Motivate Faculty to Pursue External Funding at a 4-Year Public Institution of Higher Education

  title={Factors that Motivate Faculty to Pursue External Funding at a 4-Year Public Institution of Higher Education},
  author={Sharon Smith},
Teaching Staff Disposition on the Operational Practices of Satellite Public Campuses
  • Marjielou Abinsay
  • Education
    International Journal of Educational Management and Development Studies
  • 2021
This descriptive research assessed the current operational practices of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Laguna Satellite Campuses. Specifically, it assessed the administration,


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