July 2006 (v37,n4)
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Academic Leadership Issues
from the Dean's Perspective
Academic Street Smarts,” by William B. Carper, University of West Florida; Carl Gooding, Jacksonville State University; James A. Pope, University of Toledo; and Ernest B. Uhr, East Carolina University. Decision Line, July 2006, 37(4).
Teaching Business Ethics:
The Perspective of One Business Dean, by Tilden J. Curry,
Dean, College of Business, Tennessee State University. Decision Line, May 2006, 37(3).
Teaching Business Ethics: The Departmental Perspective, by David Krause and Sarah Peck, Marquette University. Decision Line, May 2006, 37(3).
Spotting Quality: A Quality Management View, by Ralph F. Mullin, Central Missouri State University. Decision Line, March 2006, 37(2).
Two Deans’ Perspectives: Internal Promotion vs. Outside Hire, by Sarah Bryant Bower, College of Business Administration, Clarion University of Pennsylvania; and Eileen A. Hogan, College of Business, Kutztown University
of Pennsylvania. Decision Line, January 2006, 37(1).
Setting Standards for Assessment, by John J. Fernandes, President and Chief Executive Officer, AACSB International. Decision Line, October 2005, 36(5).
Power and Influence: How to Survive and Thrive as Dean in a Multifaceted, Stakeholder World!, by Craig M. McAllister, Dean and Professor of Management, Crummer Graduate School of Business, Rollins College. Decision Line, October 2005, 36(5).
Spotting Quality, by Milton R. Blood, Former Managing Director, Accreditation Services, AACSB International. Decision Line, July 2005, 36(4).
An Institutional Public Engagement Initiative, by Peter Barr, Provost, Coastal Carolina University. Decision Line, July 2005, 36(4).
Unpacking a Successful Journey to AACSB Accreditation, by Edward J. Schoen, College of Business, Rowan University; and Edith Rusch, University of Nevada Las Vegas. Decision Line, May 2005, 36(3).
Business Schools and the Concept of Student Engagement, by John J. Burbridge, Jr., Dean, Martha and Spencer Love School of Business, Elon University. Decision Line, March 2005, 36(2).
Reflections on the Challenges of Being a Dean,"by E. James Burton, Dean, Jennings A. Jones College of Business, Middle Tennessee State University. Decision Line, Jan. 2005, 36(1).
A Personal Perspective ‘On Deaning', by Dean Doyle Z. Williams, Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas. Decision Line, Oct. 2004, 35(5).
Business School Rankings—A Peek Under the Tent?, by Dean Dan R. Dalton, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. Decision Line, July 2004, 35(4).
Lessons Learned from the Dean’s Suite, by R. Charles Moyer, Dean, College of Business and Public Administration, The University of Louisville. Decision Line, May 2004, 35(3).
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is on Teaching Effectiveness, by Cynthia V. Fukami, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver. Decision Line, March 2004, 35(2).
The Evolution of Business Education in the U.S., by P. George Benson, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia. Decision Line, January 2004, 35(1).
A Dean on Deaning, by Lee D. Dahringer, Loyola College of Maryland. Decision Line, September/October 2003, 34(5).
Introducing the Deans' Perspective: A Forum for Discussion of Issues in Academic Leadership, by Krishna S. Dhir, Feature Editor. Decision Line, July 2003, 34(3).
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Krishna S. Dhir, Feature Editor of Dean's Perspectives
Dean, Campbell School of Business
Mount Berry, GA 30149-5024
(706) 238-7942; 346-5066
fax: (706) 802-6728