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xi, 282 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Preface Introduction, by W. Richard Scott, Michael W. Kirst, Manuelito Biag, and Laurel Sipes1. The Changing Ecology of Higher Education in the San Francisco Bay Area, by W. Richard Scott, Manuelito Biag, Ethan Ris, and Brian Holzman2. The Regional Economy of the San Francisco Bay Area, by W. Richard Scott, Bernardo Lara, Manuelito Biag, Ethan Ris, and Judy C. Liang3. Broader Forces Shaping the Fields of Higher Education and the Regional Economy, by W. Richard Scott, Manuelito Biag, Bernardo Lara, and Judy C. Liang4. Diverse Colleges in Varied Sub-Regions, by W. Richard Scott, Ethan Ris, Manuelito Biag, and Bernardo Lara5. Structures and Strategies for Adaptation, by W. Richard Scott, Ethan Ris, Judy C. Liang, and Manuelito Biag6. Policy Perspectives, by Michael W. Kirst, W. Richard Scott, Laurel Sipes, and Anne PodolskyAppendix AAppendix B, by Brian HolzmanReferences Contributors Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781421423081 20170814
Universities and colleges often operate between two worlds: higher education and economic systems. With a mission rooted in research, teaching, and public service, institutions of higher learning are also economic drivers in their regions, under increasing pressure to provide skilled workers to local companies. It is impossible to understand how current developments are affecting colleges without attending to the changes in both the higher education system and in the economic communities in which they exist.W. Richard Scott, Michael W. Kirst, and colleagues focus on the changing relations between colleges and companies in one vibrant economic region: the San Francisco Bay Area. Colleges and tech companies, they argue, have a common interest in knowledge generation and human capital, but they operate in social worlds that substantially differ, making them uneasy partners. Colleges are a part of a long tradition that stresses the importance of precedent, academic values, and liberal education. High-tech companies, by contrast, value innovation and know-how, and they operate under conditions that reward rapid response to changing opportunities. The economy is changing faster than the postsecondary education system.Drawing on quantitative and historical data from 1970 to 2012 as well as 14 case studies of colleges, this book describes a rich and often tense relationship between higher education and the tech industry. It focuses on the ways in which various types of colleges have endeavored-and often failed-to meet the demands of a vibrant economy and concludes with a discussion of current policy recommendations, suggestions for improvements and reforms at the state level, and a proposal to develop a regional body to better align educational and economic development.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781421423081 20170814
Education Library (Cubberley), SAL3 (off-campus storage)
EDUC-376-01
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xxvii, 353 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Shock wave II : an introduction to the twenty-first century / Clark Kerr
  • Demographic and economic forces of change. Credential inflation and the future of universities / Randall Collins. Universities and knowledge : restructuring the city of intellect / Patricia J. Gumport. The competition for high-ability students : universities in a key marketplace / Roger L. Geiger. The new world of knowledge production in the life sciences / Walter W. Powell and Jason Owen-Smith
  • Technological forces of change. Becoming digital : the challenges of weaving technology throughout higher education / Carol Tomlinson-Keasey. The audit of virtuality : universities in the attention economy / Richard A. Lanham. New business models for higher education / David J. Collis
  • Continuity and change in fields of knowledge. The disciplines and the future / Andrew Abbott. The rise of the "practical arts" / Steven Brint. The political economy of curriculum-making in American universities / Sheila Slaughter
  • Continuity and change in academic work and university governance. The "academic revolution" revisited / Richard Chait. University transformation : primary pathways to university autonomy and achievement / Burton R. Clark.
Based on contemporary data and analytical frameworks, this text assesses the forces of change at play in the development of American universities and their prospects for the future.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780804745314 20160528
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-376-01