Leading Millennial Faculty: Navigating the New Professoriate explores how to effectively lead millennial faculty as they navigate the new professoriate. Contributors address some stereotypical millennial characteristics—being achievement oriented, connected to the world at large, relatively sheltered, and unaware of hierarchy in higher education—and how these characteristics create advantages and challenges for all generations in the higher education workplace.
Lexington Books; May 2019
- ISBN: 9781498579827
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- Title: Leading Millennial Faculty
Series: Generational Differences in Higher Education and the Workplace: Leading and Teaching Millennials and Generation Z
- Author: Jenna S. Abetz (contrib.); Raymond Blanton (contrib.); Yvette Castillo (contrib.); Russell Carpenter (contrib.); Elsa Diego-Medrano (contrib.); Stine Eckert (contrib.); Nancy Garcia (contrib.); Bethany Goodier (contrib.); Trey Guinn (contrib.); Heather J. Hether (contrib.); Amanda J. Lawrence (contrib.); Sara B. Moore (contrib.); Brett E. Morris (contrib.); Leslie Ramos Salazar (contrib.); Stephanie A. Smith (contrib.); Linda Steiner (contrib.); Michael G. Strawser (contrib.); Michael G. Strawser (ed.); Cindy Vincent (contrib.)
Imprint: Lexington Books
About The Author
Michael G. Strawser is assistant professor and director of graduate programs in the School of Communication at Bellarmine University.