The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education

  title={The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education},
  author={Miriam E. David and Marilyn J. Amey},

“As Soon as They Hear ‘Undocumented,’ They Stop Advising”: Theorizing a (Sub)conscious Evasion of Responsibility from Institutional Agents to Undocumented Students

Abstract While nearly 100,000 undocumented students in the United States graduate from high schools every year, a precarious national policy landscape exists that limits their higher education

Contested Whiteness: Useful Heuristic or Reinscribing Dominance?

This paper takes a relatively new concept in discussions of race and racial identity – that of contested whiteness – and expands upon it substantially. I first review literature on racial

Towards a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Competency Framework: A Content Analysis of Visible DEI Efforts on LIS Associations' Websites

In this poster, we report the findings of an investigation of 28 LIS associations' DEI efforts as evidenced through their websites. The DEI efforts were documented in terms of whether DEI was

Elite universities: Their monstrous promises and promising monsters

Abstract Elite universities are often believed to represent education’s gold standard and to produce highly educated luminaries who rightfully take their places leading all the institutions that

La coopération Nord-Sud pour l’enseignement et la recherche : le cas des pays francophones du Sud-Est asiatique

Since 2015, Agence universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) has led an extensive cooperation project involving researchers and educators from French-speaking European and Southeast Asian countries.

Exploration of Intersectionality and Computer Science Demographics

This research provides quantitative evidence from the Multiple-Institution Database for Investigating Engineering Longitudinal Development—a longitudinal, multi-institutional database to describe participation trends of marginalized groups in computer science to inform educators, administrators, and researchers about how enrollments and graduation rates have changed over time in computing fields.

Construing the Challenges and Opportunities of Intercultural Language Teaching Amid Covid-19 Pandemic: English Teachers' Voices

Due to globalization, intercultural competence becomes one of the prominent competences in English teaching. Unfortunately, the current condition, the COVID-19 pandemic happened may not lead the

‘I'm a doctor, not a teacher’: the roles and responsibilities of paediatricians in relation to education

All paediatricians are encouraged to reconsider their role as both clinician and teacher, as experiential workplace learning remains crucial in how medical education is delivered.

An exploration of eLearning adoption in the educational ecosystem

Using discourse analysis, the study identified 10 general constructs that simultaneously influence distinct stakeholders in the Brazilian higher education ecosystem in their intention to adopt eLearning.



Rankings and internationalization: an unfortunate alliance

Higher Education and the Enduring Value of Hospitality: Reflections for the 21st Century

The 21st century is a perilous time for international collaboration among university actors. Mobility and international exchange have come to a total standstill as the world shelters in place, trying

Global citizenship education as a pedagogy of dwelling: re-tracing (mis)steps in practice during challenging times

ABSTRACT Global citizenship education is full of contradictions and tensions. Neither the global nor citizenship are neutral concepts, and both come with long histories of violence, oppression and

Comparative and international higher education in a new key? Thoughts on the post-pandemic prospects of scholarship

Anatoly V. Oleksiyenko Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong At the time of writing this Forum, many nations, cities, and universities are still in lockdown due to the COVID-...

The Lived Experiences of First-Generation College Students of Color Integrating into the Institutional Culture of a Predominantly White Institution

As many colleges and universities continue to increase their enrollment and diversification of their student body, the number of first-generation college students of color will continue to rise.