Freeman named to national association and releases book
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (July 8, 2014) – Sydney Freeman, Jr., director of Tuskegee’s Teaching and Learning Center, has been named to the American Association of University Administrators Board of Directors. Founded in 1970, the association works to develop and advance higher education professional standards. According to its website, “Through its policy statements, programs, and services the Association emphasizes the responsibility of administrators, at all levels, to demonstrate moral and ethical leadership in the exercise of all their duties.”
In addition to his duties at the Teaching and Learning Center, in the College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Freeman was one of three editors of “Advancing Higher Education as a Field of Study: In Quest of Doctoral Degree Guidelines.” The book discusses “the most pressing issues facing higher education graduate preparation degree programs,” according to a news release.
Topics covered include standards and guidelines for higher ed graduate degree programs, standardized curriculums, accreditation, as well as “developing a theoretical framework for the development and enhancement of doctoral programs in higher education administration programs.”
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