Teaching-Oriented Faculty at Research Universities

November 8, 2011 at 8:15 am Leave a comment

Thanks to the team that put this together! I’m glad to see this finally get published — a discussion of the issues, challenges, and benefits of having teaching-track faculty at research-focused institutions.

Teaching-Oriented Faculty at Research Universities

Nine teacher-oriented faculty in computer science departments at research universities in the U.S. or Canada describe how their positions work, how they contribute to education, and how departmental policies can influence their success and satisfaction.

via Teaching-Oriented Faculty at Research Universities | November 2011 | Communications of the ACM.

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