The June 2016 issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available online and can be accessed free for the next 30 days. The June issue includes articles covering a range of topics, including an article that explores why cultural omnivores get creative jobs, and an article on task segregation as a mechanism for within-job gender … Continue reading Read the New Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly!
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How can we improve college graduation rates? According to a study recently published in SAGE Open , we've been searching for that answer in the wrong place. Looking at for-profit universities, author Tim Gramling of Colorado Technical University finds that student characteristics including race, GPA, and enrollment status play a far more dominant role than … Continue reading Grad Rates: It’s About the Students
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Volume 14, Number 1 (February 2012) of Advances in Developing Human Resources is now available online. This special issue highlights Women and Leadership in Higher Education. We hope you will find it enjoyable and thought-provoking. You can view the Table of Contents here. The lead article, "HERS Institutes: Curriculum for Advancing Women Leaders in Higher … Continue reading Advances in Developing Human Resources: February 2012 Issue Now Online!
James W. Westerman, Jacqueline Z. Bergman, Shawn M. Bergman and Joseph P. Daly, all of Appalachian State University, published "Are Universities Creating Millennial Narcissistic Employees? An Empirical Examination of Narcissism in Business Students and Its Implications," in the May 2011 issue of the Journal of Management Education. Professor Westerman and Dr. Daly kindly provided the following responses … Continue reading Are Universities Creating Millennial Narcissistic Employees?