Creating and Maintaining a Diverse Faculty

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William Bernard Harvey, James Valadez
ERIC Clearinghouse for Community Colleges, 1994 - African American college teachers - 99 pages
Dealing with issues relating to creating and maintaining a diverse faculty at the community college level, this collection of articles focuses on African-American and Hispanic faculty and presents both theoretical and practical considerations for administrators and scholars. The following articles are included: (1) "The Status of Faculty in Community Colleges: What Do We Know?" by Deborah J. Carter; (2) "African American Faculty in Community Colleges: Why They Aren't There," by William B. Harvey; (3) "California Community College Faculty from Historically Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Groups," by Dorothy M. Knoell; (4) "Achieving Diversity among Community College Faculty," by Freddie W. Nicholas, Sr., and Arnold R. Oliver; (5) "Effective Strategies for Enhancing Minority Faculty Recruitment and Retention," by Ronald D. Opp and Albert B. Smith; (6) "Bridging the Gap: Recruitment and Retention of Minority Faculty Members," by Jerry Sue Owens, Frank W. Reis, and Kathryn M. Hall; (7) "Recruitment and Retention of Minority Faculty," by Piedad F. Robertson and Ted Frier; (8) "Minority Faculty Recruitment and Retention Strategies: The Maricopa Experience," by Alfredo G. de los Santos, Jr.; (9) "Critical Perspectives on Community College Education," by James Valadez; and (10) "Sources and Information: Recruiting and Maintaining Minority Faculty," by Frankie S. Laanan. (MAB)

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