How universities work / John V. Lombardi.
- Baltimore : John Hopkins University Press, 2013.
xviii, 220 pages ; 21 cm
- Education, Higher -- United States.
Education, Higher -- United States -- Administration.
Universities and colleges -- United States.
Universities and colleges -- United States -- Administration.
- "With wit and insight, John Lombardi offers us the single best description of how universities work. This book is destined to be an essential handbook for anyone working or hoping to work in a university. It gives readers an insider's view of the American academy. How Universities Work introduces readers to the structure, logic, dynamics, and operational styles of America's public and private institutions of higher education. The author identifies all the bits and pieces that compose a university in contemporary America: defines them; describes them; and does it all with remarkable economy so that you come away from this slim volume knowing more than you had any reason to anticipate. While focused on research universities, much of the discussion applies to many other types of post-secondary institutions as the premier public and private research universities serve as models for other colleges and universities. Ideal for students, this book will form a solid foundation for introductory courses in Higher Education, but it may also find a welcome home on the bedside table of faculty and administrators"-- Provided by publisher.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- 9781421411224 (pbk.)
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