ASHE Reader Series
The ASHE Reader Series is used extensively by faculty and students in higher education programs throughout the country. Scholars, policy analysts, and leaders in higher education, business, and government use this series to keep abreast and informed about issues affecting higher education in the United States and abroad.
ASHE has selected WISCAPE Faculty Affiliate Jerlando F. L. Jackson as the next editor of its popular series of compendiums. Jackson, associate professor of higher and postsecondary education in the UW–Madison Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, will serve a five-year term effective Nov. 2009.
2011 ASHE Reader Call for Proposals
Updated editions of the ASHE Readers
Please note the new ISBN numbers:
0558507522 Comparative Education 2nd Edition
0558414052 Faculty & Faculty Issues in Universities & Colleges 3rd Edition
0558414060 Public Policy & Higher Education 2nd Edition
0558575498 Teaching & Learning in the College Classroom 3rd Edition
055857579X Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 3rd Edition
View the brochure below for a complete list of 2011 ASHE Readers published by Pearson:2011 ASHE Readers.pdf
NEW ASHE Reader Publications:
Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Higher Education (3rd Edition) by Shaun Harper and Sylvia Hurtado (Editors). ISBN: 0-558-84857-5
Organization and Governance in Higher Education (5th Edition) by M. Christopher Brown (Editor). ISBN: 0-536-60749-4
College and University Curricula in Higher Education (2nd edition) by Clifton F. Conrad and Jason Johnson (Editors). ISBN: 0-536-09023-8
Philanthropy, Volunteerism, and Fundraising by Andrea Walton and Marybeth Gasman (Editors) with Fran Huehls, Amy Wells, and Noah Drezner. ISBN: 0-536-08332-0
The History of Higher Education (3rd edition) by Harold S. Wechsler, Lester F. Goodchild, and Linda Eisenmann (Editors). ISBN: 0-536-44341-6
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