Professor Roger Baldwin holds the Dr. Mildred B. Erickson Distinguished Chair in Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education. His professional interests include instructional strategies and curriculum planning, faculty career development, conditions in the academic workplace and transformation in higher education systems. His current research explores key dimensions of higher education’s response to changing environmental conditions and society’s increased demand for educational services. His most recent work focuses on changing faculty appointment patterns, contingent faculty, faculty in the later stages of academic life and evolving faculty roles and professional activities.
Under the Microscope: Investigating the Benefits and Impact of Retirement Organizations in Higher Education
Dr. Roger Baldwin and Brett Say, HALE doctoral student, present their research at the conference proceedings of the Association of Retirement Organizations in Higher Education.
The Role of Retired Faculty Organizations and Emeritus Colleges in Higher Education
In the CHAE Report (Fall 2015), Dr. Baldwin explores the role that retirement organizations play in higher education.
Faculty Retirement: Making the Silent Conversation Heard
In the CHAE Report (Spring 2016), Dr. Baldwin, the current Erickson Chair, explores the topic of faculty retirement.
Professional Collaborative Experiences in South Africa
In the CHAE Report (Spring 2016), Dr. Wawrzynski discusses the mutual benefit of the professional collaborative experience between the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education (HALE) program and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in South Africa.
Oversight vs. Strategic Engagement: The Competing Roles of Public University Trustees
Release of Oversight vs. Strategic Engagement: The Competing Roles of Public University Trustees
Chinese University Student Affairs Administrators visit CHAE
Center faculty present a series of Student Affairs workshops to visiting administrators from several Chinese universities.
The Erickson Legacy
The Erickson Chair is an endowed position that supports the work and scholarship of CHAE faculty.
Erickson Chair Symposium: “Taking the ‘Taboo’ out of Retirement: Reimagining Later Academic Life”
Join us for the Erickson Chair's Symposium on issues of academic careers.
2017 CHAE Special Report on new University Trustees available!
The third and final installment in a special report series sheds light on strategies to maximize the strategic engagement of new University Trustees.