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Keeping An Open Door

Author : Harlow Keith Hammond Brodie
ISBN : UOM:39015038182641
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In Keeping an Open Door, Duke chancellor (1982-1985) and president (1985-1993) Keith Brodie and coauthor Leslie Banner recount what it was like to lead Duke during an era of change for research universities across the country: how Brodie reached some of his most controversial decisions, including the "Black Faculty Initiative"; his strategy for precluding abuse in Division I athletics at Duke; how his training as a psychiatrist shaped his leadership style and influenced how he dealt with trustees, deans, faculty, and students; and the avenues of power still open to today's university presidents. The history and feeling of life on the Duke campus during the Brodie era are vividly evoked in photographs and key speeches introduced by the former president's personal recollections.

A Larger Sense Of Purpose

Author : Harold T. Shapiro
ISBN : 1400826748
Genre : Education
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Universities were once largely insular institutions whose purview extended no further than the campus gates. Not anymore. Today's universities have evolved into multifaceted organizations with complex connections to government, business, and the community. This thought-provoking book by Harold Shapiro, former president of both Princeton University and the University of Michigan, and Chairman of the National Bioethics Advisory Commission under President Bill Clinton, explores the role the modern university should play as an ethical force and societal steward. Based on the 2003 Clark Kerr lectures, A Larger Sense of Purpose draws from Shapiro's twenty-five years of experience leading major research universities and takes up key topics of debate in higher education. What are the nature and objectives of a liberal education? How should universities address the increasing commercialization not only of intercollegiate sports but of education and research? What are the university's responsibilities for the moral education of students? The book begins with an expanded history of the modern research institution followed by essays on ethics, the academic curriculum, the differences between private and public higher education, the future of intellectual property rights, and the changing relationship between the nation's universities and the for-profit sector. Shapiro calls for universities to be more accountable morally as well as academically. He urges scientists not only to educate others about the potential and limitations of science but also to acknowledge the public's distress over the challenges presented by the very success of the scientific enterprise. He advocates for a more intimate connection between professional training and the liberal arts--in the hope that future doctors, lawyers, and business executives will be educated in ethics and the social sciences as well as they are in anatomy, torts, and leveraged buyouts. Candid, timely, and provocative, A Larger Sense of Purpose demands the attention of not only those in academics but of anyone who shares an interest in the soul of education.

Foundations For Excellence

Author : Walter E. Campbell
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114456879
Genre : Education
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Foundations for Excellenceis a history of Duke Medicine. Historian Walter E. Campbell tells the story of the many remarkable individuals, and the foundations and corporations, rivalry and cooperation, disappointments and successes, that made the Duke University Medical Center what it is today. Consistently ranked among the top ten medical centers in the United States, Duke University Medical Center plays a leading role in transforming the existing health care system through innovative developments in genomics, integrative medicine, and prospective health care. Its history provides a window into how American medicine has changed in the past seventy-five years.

Writer S Guide To Book Editors Publishers And Literary Agents 1998 1999

Author : Jeff Herman
ISBN : 0761510125
Genre : Authors and publishers
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"A real find for the aspiring writer."--"The Associated Press "In-depth information."--"The Writer Who are they? What do they want? How do you win them over? Find the answers to these questions and more in the 1998-1999 edition of the "Writer's Guide to Book Editors, Publishers, and Literary Agents by Jeff Herman. Filled with "the information authors and aspiring authors need in order to avoid having a manuscript end up in the "slush pile," this comprehensive listing is organized in an easy-to-use format. It includes in-depth information about publishing houses and literary agents in the United States and Canada. The specifics include the names and addresses of editors and agents, what they're looking for, comission rates, and other key information. In addition, readers will discover the most common mistakes people make while attempting to solicit an agent (and how to avoid them) as well as numerous suggestions designed to increase the chances of getting representation. "Writer's Guide to Book Editors, Publishers, and Literary Agents also includes dozens of valuable essays giving readers insight and guidance into such topics as: - How to Write the Perfect Query Letter - The Knockout Nonfiction Book Proposal - How to Thrive After Signing a Publishing Contract - Mastering Ghostwriting and Collaboration - Free Versus Fee: The Issue of Literary Agency Fees About the Author "Jeff Herman is the founder of The Jeff Herman Literary Agency, a leading New York agency. He has sold hundreds of titles and represents dozens of top authors. Herman frequently speaks to writer's groups and at conferences on the topic of getting published.

The American Scholar

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ISBN : UVA:X006067014
Genre : Education
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The Pembroke Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015068970519
Genre : American literature
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Presidential Passages

Author : Robert F. Carbone
ISBN : UOM:39015003761817
Genre : College presidents
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Safe Passage

Author : Kori Schake
ISBN : 9780674975071
Genre : History
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History records only one peaceful transition of hegemonic power: the passage from British to American dominance of the international order. To explain why this transition was nonviolent, Kori Schake explores nine points of crisis between Britain and the U.S., from the Monroe Doctrine to the unequal “special relationship” during World War II.

The Aals Directory Of Law Teachers

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105063006543
Genre : Law teachers
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The North Carolina Historical Review

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ISBN : UCSD:31822026560243
Genre : North Carolina
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