Justice and Dever: Bridging the faculty-administrator divide

May 27, 2019

“What would it mean to assume that significant administrative service should be part of a strong, healthy and fulfilling faculty career?” George Justice and Carolyn Dever pose this question as a point of departure for a series of articles that look to investigate the cultural divide between “faculty” and “administration.” Breaking up the “us” and “them” dynamic, Justice and Dever add, begins with finding a common ground between faculty and administration. The authors also assert that effective leadership begins with reorienting attitudes about leadership as a form of service. Inside Higher Ed (International)