Linking Accreditation and the Malcolm Baldrige Framework
When resource and accountability pressures were less intense, the academic mission and programs of colleges and universities provided the primary focus for institutional accreditation. Today, the broad challenges confronting higher education—national, state, and institutional pressures for fiscal constraint, accountability, attention to learning outcomes assessment, productivity measurement, mission clarity and distinctiveness, and institutional structure—all converge in accreditation discussions.
- Learning Communities Link Courses, Bring Academic and Student Affairs Together
- Parting Shot: It's Merely Academic
- Department-less Interdisciplinary Program Provides Flexibility for Returning Adult Students
- Linking Accreditation and the Malcolm Baldrige Framework
- Strengthening the Relationship with Student Affairs
- RACI Charts: A Tool to Identify and Acknowledge Faculty Members' Administrative Work