Researching Collegiality: Can We All Get Along?
In its most simplistic state, “collegiality” could be defined as all of us “getting along.” And yet, for a topic that is universally considered a critical component of the essence of the academy, its definition and application continue to be fiercely debated throughout the hallowed halls of higher education, with battle lines drawn among faculty, administrations, and unions over its appropriateness. In perhaps the ultimate irony, the boundaries of “getting along” are being tested about that very topic: getting along.
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