JOTP FALL 2021

Fall Issue, Fall 2021 JOTP – Volume 12, Issue Two Front Matters ARTICLES A Systematic Review of Research on Faculty with Disabilities Rachel E. Friedensen St. Cloud State University Cassandra Volpe Horii California Institute of Technology Ezekiel Kimball University of...

JOTP SPRING 2021

Spring Issue, Spring 2021 JOTP – Volume 12, Issue One Front Matters EDITORS COMMENTS The Professoriate’s Reponse to COVID-19 Henrietta Williams Pichon New Mexico State University Monica Burke Western Kentucky State University p. i ARTICLES Wellbeing, Psychological...

JOTP Fall 2020

Full Issue, Fall 2020 JOTP – Volume 11, Issue Two Front Matters ARTICLES SoTL in Perspective: An Inventory of the Scholarship of Teaching Literature with Recommendations for Prospective Authors Claire Howell Major The University of Alabama John M. Braxton Vanderbilt...

JOTP SPRING 2020

Journal of the Professoriate Volume 11, Issue 1 ARTICLES The Complicit, the Compliant, and the 6%: Using Critical Race Theory to Analyze Tenure Track Position Announcements and Evaluate Institutional Commitments of Diversity and Inclusion Z.W. Taylor The University of...

JOTP Fall 2019

Full Issue, Fall 2019 JOTP - Volume 10, Issue Two Front Matter Articles Scholarship Re-reconsidered: An Alternative Approach to Scholarship for Professors of Education and Applied Disciplines Kevin B. Zook | Holy Family University Gwyneth Price | Clarion University...

JOTP Spring 2019

Full Issue, Spring 2019 JOTP - Volume 10, Issue One Front Matter Articles Adjunct Perspectives on Job Factors and Job Attitudes in Non-traditional Institutions Mario C. Martinez University of Texas, Arlington Mathew Martinez Princeton University Mid-career Faculty:...

JOTP – FALL 2018

Full IssueJOTP Volume 9, Issue 2 Front Matter Articles Is STEM too Hard? Using Biglan to Understand Academic Rigor and Teaching Practices across Disciplines Jessica Ostrow MichelCorbin M CampbellKaren DilsizianTeachers College, Columbia University Psychological...

Dr. Kmt Shockley Appointed Executive Director of CAARP

Kmt G. Shockley has been named executive director of the Center for African American Research and Policy (CAARP) in Madison, Wisconsin. The CAARP is an independent nonprofit organization that aims to engage in scholarly research in order to advance critical discourse...

Dr. Robert T. Palmer Named to Lead CAARP organization

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Madison, Wi.– The Center for African American Research and Policy (CAARP) has announced the selection of Dr. Robert T. Palmer as its new executive director, effective immediately. Palmer will replace Dr. J. Luke Wood, who was appointed in...

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