Saints and Scamps: Ethics in Academia by Cahn discusses ethical aspects of teaching, examinations, grades, the relationship between instructor and student, degree requirements, college-wide and departmental service, voting procedures, research and publication, evaluation of faculty, appointments and dismissals, tenure, and graduate education. This stimulating work contains touches of humor and numerous anecdotes. It should be read by academic administrators, faculty, and graduate students, as well as the general public.
Call Number: LB1779 .C34 2011
Publication Date: 2010-10-16