521 Works

Who Wants to be a College President? Forms of Capital and the Career Aspirations of Senior College Administrators

Paul D. Umbach
This study used the theories of human, social and cultural capital as a lens to study the career aspirations of senior administrators, specifically vice presidents and deans already in the pipeline to the college presidency, particularly as they related to race and gender. More than 2,700 vice presidents and deans at American Association for State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) member institutions were asked to provide demographic information, ant to respond to survey items assessing their...

2003 Evergreen

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2003 yearbook of the Salisbury University student body.

Erin Gruwell - 10/22/2003 - (Riall Lecture Series)

Erin Gruwell
Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program. Erin Gruwell, Teacher, Author, Founder of Tolerance Education Foundation – 10/21/2003 (pm) and 10/22/2003 (am)

Nel Noddings - 03/18/2003 - (Riall Lecture Series)

Nel Noddings
Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program. Nel Noddings, Professor Emerita, Stanford University – 3/18/2003 (pm) and 3/19/2003 (am)

Erin Gruwell - 10/21/2003 - (Riall Lecture Series)

Erin Gruwell
Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program. Erin Gruwell, Teacher, Author, Founder of Tolerance Education Foundation – 10/21/2003 (pm) and 10/22/2003 (am)

Nel Noddings - 03/19/2003 - (Riall Lecture Series)

Nel Noddings
Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program. Nel Noddings, Professor Emerita, Stanford University – 3/18/2003 (pm) and 3/19/2003 (am)

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The Uncertainty Principle in Harmonic Analysis and Bourgain's Theorem

Alexander M. Powell
We investigate the uncertainty principle in harmonic analysis and how it constrains the uniform localization properties of orthonormal bases. Our main result generalizes a theorem of Bourgain to construct orthonormal bases which are uniformly well-localized in time and frequency with respect to certain generalized variances. In a related result, we calculate generalized variances of orthonormalized Gabor systems. We also answer some interesting cases of a question of H. S. Shapiro on the distribution of time...

Southern Discomforts: National Women's Studies Association 2003 Conference

National Women'S Studies Association
Digitized program for the National Women's Studies Association 24th Annual Conference, held June 19-22, 2003, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The persistence of online distance education learners

Bernard Gwekwerere

Cultural tourism

Schvonne P. Wilmore

Michigan's knowledge economy

Olatunbosun T. Williams

Examining the caloric curve in Ar+Sc and Kr+Nb systems

Richard John Shomin

Developments in black theology

Mark Shapley

Incarceration, social bonds, and the lifecourse

Beth M. Huebner

The decision to study abroad

Debra L. Peterson

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