index
Academe, 163, 177, 183
Academic: as intellectual, 3, 7, 39, 42–45, 47,
63–64, 73, 124, 169, 350, 367, 387, 394; as
moral force, 7, 39–41, 43–45, 56–57, 100–02,
364, 387, 393–394; as politician, 7, 45, 48–
49, 52, 65–66, 71, 159, 364; as teacher, 38–46,
169, 205–08, 210–11, 212–16, 223–25, 375, 387,
393–94. See also Faculty; Service; Teaching
Academic couples, 33, 57, 59–60, 147
Academic ethics, 38–39, 98–103, 112–19, 132,
142, 158, 227–28, 233, 393–94. See also
Integrity in research; Plagiarism; Publishing
Academic freedom, 29, 54, 87–97, 155–60,
166, 362, 393; challenges to, 164–65. See
also Tenure; University: governance and
autonomy
Academic politics, 45, 48–49, 52–53, 65–66, 77,
93–96, 154–57, 171, 356–59, 364, 369
Academic salaries. See Faculty: salaries
Administration, 6–7, 161–62, 349–56, 371–73;
bursar, 373; chancellor, 226; deans, 27, 41,
106, 128, 131–132, 171, 173, 177, 208, 221–222,
224–26, 235, 270, 355–56, 370–371, 373, 376;
‘‘enemy’’ of department, 5, 46, 371–372, 383–
384, 391; president, 173, 226–27, 352–353,
363, 371; provost, 41, 171, 173, 352–56, 363,
370; registrar, 373; role in tenure decisions,
161, 173–74; trustees, 161, 173, 350–52, 371;
vice presidents, 353–54. See also University:
governance and autonomy
Advising: departmental or major, 25, 71, 217–
20, 372; nonmajor, 25, 31, 220–22; relation
to mentoring, 230–31; when to say no, 52,
221, 229–230. See also Faculty; Institutional
support services; Mentoring; Teaching
American Association of University Professors
(aaup), 53, 90–91, 155–56, 159, 162–63, 165,
177, 381, 390
American Council on Education, 156, 164,
380
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, vii, 144
Animal experimentation committee, 114, 274
Association of American Colleges and Univer-
sities, vii, 155–57
Benefits. See Fringe benefits; Institutional
support services
Board of trustees. See Administration
Breneman, David W., 23–24
Brown v. Board of Education, 64
Bursar. See Administration
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of
Teaching, 12, 19
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