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Colleges of higher education

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The Multicultural Campus Strategies for Transforming Higher Education

The Multicultural Campus Strategies for Transforming Higher Education

Author: Leonard A. Valverde Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 09/04/1998

The Multicultural Campus brings together administrators, faculty, and students to offer strategies that will alter the academic environment of the future. Hispanic, African, and Asian American educational leaders examine the obstacles they have faced, as minorities, climbing up the predominantly white career ladder in American universities. Firsthand accounts show how change on governance, executive, faculty, and curricula levels will help us better educate all students in our nation's growing pluralistic society.

The Multicultural Campus Strategies for Transforming Higher Education

The Multicultural Campus Strategies for Transforming Higher Education

Author: Leonard A. Valverde Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/04/1998

The Multicultural Campus brings together administrators, faculty, and students to offer strategies that will alter the academic environment of the future. Hispanic, African, and Asian American educational leaders examine the obstacles they have faced, as minorities, climbing up the predominantly white career ladder in American universities. Firsthand accounts show how change on governance, executive, faculty, and curricula levels will help us better educate all students in our nation's growing pluralistic society.

Earlham College A History, 1847-1997

Earlham College A History, 1847-1997

Author: Thomas D. Hamm Format: Hardback Release Date: 22/08/1997

For Earlham, Hamm has written one of the best single-volume college histories-extremely well researched, complexly interpreted, and fluidly written. -The Journal of American History ... highly readable and entertaining... -Indiana Magazine of History As well as being a history of Quaker education, it also has insights for the history of higher education itself. The book remains engaging throughout and readers will be challenged by the contemporary nature of many of the debates concerning religious and social issues that have caused dissension on the Earlham campus and within Quakerism both currently and in past years. -The Southern Friend Earlhamites and other Quakers should read this book and ponder it! -Quaker Life In celebration of Earlham's sesquicentennial, here is the history of one of the few nationally ranked liberal arts colleges that still retains a strong religious identity. Earlham College was founded by Indiana Quakers in 1847 for the guarded religious education of the children of Friends and became the prestigious school of the twentieth century only after struggles which pitted traditionalists and moderates in a battle of revivalism and primitivism against change and reform.