Helping Your Faculty to Do Research

Author: Richardson, Herbert
This book gives administrators at non-research oriented colleges and universities practical advice on how to help their faculty undertake scholarly research with the limitations of their local resources. It argues that such research has three values: 1) the faculty continue to grow intellectually; 2) they become better teachers; and 3) research publications contribute to the university’s academic image.

Table of Contents

How Research Makes Your Faculty Better Teachers
How Research Gives Your School a Better Image
Understanding the Stages of a Professor’s Scholarly Life
The Problem of Limited Resources at Non-Research Universities
Unrecognized Opportunities for Scholarly Research
Helping Your Faculty Find a Publisher
Establishing Your Own “University Press”