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  • Author(s) Robert B. Young
  • SubtitleStanding By the Values We Prize in Higher Education
  • Edition1
  • Published5th February 1997
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780787908003

Standing By the Values We Prize in Higher Education

No Neutral Ground will provoke some and bring praise from others.
Written with passion and a personal sense of mission, this book
offers something to everyone who cares about institutional values
and ethical standards.





?Richard T. Ingram, president, Association of Governing Boards of
Universities and Colleges



A provocative book that explores seven timeless values of higher
education?service, truth, freedom, equality, individuation,
justice, and community?and shows how higher education
administrators, faculty, and trustees can incorporate these values
into their own practice and transmit them to students and the
community at large.

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  • Author(s) Robert B. Young
  • SubtitleStanding By the Values We Prize in Higher Education
  • Edition1
  • Published5th February 1997
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780787908003

Standing By the Values We Prize in Higher Education

No Neutral Ground will provoke some and bring praise from others.
Written with passion and a personal sense of mission, this book
offers something to everyone who cares about institutional values
and ethical standards.





?Richard T. Ingram, president, Association of Governing Boards of
Universities and Colleges



A provocative book that explores seven timeless values of higher
education?service, truth, freedom, equality, individuation,
justice, and community?and shows how higher education
administrators, faculty, and trustees can incorporate these values
into their own practice and transmit them to students and the
community at large.
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