Faculty development via field programs for middle-aged, disillusioned faculty

@article{Boice1986FacultyDV,
  title={Faculty development via field programs for middle-aged, disillusioned faculty},
  author={R. Boice},
  journal={Research in Higher Education},
  year={1986},
  volume={25},
  pages={115-135}
}
  • R. Boice
  • Published 1986
  • Psychology
  • Research in Higher Education
This paper reviews reasons why traditional faculty development programs have neglected middle-aged, disillusioned faculty (colleagues who are chronically depressed or angry about their jobs, who are inactive and unenthusiastic as teachers and researchers, and whose campus participation is passive at best). It then describes a format for engaging field-based developers, including chairpeople, in stepwise programs that help reestablish communication and reinvolvement of these “problem” faculty in… Expand
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