Publications

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AAC&U's publications cover a range of topics and provide the latest research, analysis, and valuable starting points for campus practitioner and policy leader dialogues. AAC&U monographs, reports, and guides focus on teaching, learning, curriculum, and academic leadership, and shine a spotlight on promising practices at every kind of college and university. See below for all AAC&U publications. Click on titles to purchase or download copies.

AAC&U also publishes three periodicals, Liberal Education, Peer Review, and Diversity & Democracy, and a monthly online newsletter, AAC&U News, to advance the national dialogue about the quality of undergraduate education in the United States.

Learning for the Common Good: Liberal Education, Civic Education, and Teaching About Philanthropy
1991

Analysis of the centrality of service learning in liberal education, accompanied by a study of student experiences in service-linked courses and numerous examples from every kind of campus. Focuses on developing courses about philanthropy and suggests ways in which these courses can revitalize other aspects of undergraduate education.

Hispanic Women: Making Their Presence on Campus Less Tenuous
1991

Addresses the experiences of Hispanic-American women in academe and suggests strategies that will ensure the full participation of Hispanic-American women in the intellectual, social, and economic growth of the country. Examines some of the experiences that Hispanic women have as students, faculty members, and administrators and includes recommendations for institutional change.

Reports from the Fields
1990

Presents the results of AAC&U's three-year review of liberal arts and sciences majors within the context of liberal education. Contains abridged reports from task forces on specific majors, each identifying goals for introductory, intermediate, and advanced work and recommending ways to foster integrative and collaborative learning. Fields covered include biology, economics, history, interdisciplinary studies, mathematics, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, religion, sociology, and women's studies.

Integrity in the College Curriculum
1985

This publication is an AAC&U classic. One of the most widely read and influential higher education reports, this volume is the final word on AAC&U's project on Redefining the Meaning and Purpose of Baccalaureate Degrees. The nineteen educators who framed Integrity included Ernest Boyer, Arthur Levine, Charles Muscatine, Frederick Rudolph, Linda B. Salamon, and Jonathon Z. Smith. Drawing on a national analysis of campus practices, the report punctured the prevailing complacency that college majors had remained purposeful and well-structured, even as general education had collapsed.

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