Breaking the Spiral of Disillusionment:A Proposal to Secure Universities as Infrastructure for Michigan and beyond.
We propose a resource stabilization fund (RSF), drawn from both state and donor resources to increase and stabilize education spending at regional public universities. This fund will provide long-term financial stability while encouraging mission adherenc
A short primer with resources compiled by professors Brendan Cantwell and Kristen Renn, Michigan State University in October 2022.
Join us and learn more about our students' and faculty's research at this year's ASHE Conference. Add our presentations and events to your ASHE 2020 schedule!
February 2019 CHAE Issue Brief: Online Distance Education - Implications for Faculty and the Curriculum
This research based issue brief considers the future of graduate-level distance education, including the implications of program centralization.
A summary document that lists EAD faculty and students presenting at the 2018 conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education.
2017 CHAE Report: "A Great Collection of Minds: Maximizing the Strategic Engagement of New University Trustees"
The 2017 report covers the third and final phase of a two year longitudinal study of new trustees at Michigan public universities.
2017 CHAE Special Report: "Transforming Academic Retirement: The Performance and Potential of Retirement Organizations in Higher Education"
This 2017 CHAE report summarizes the findings of a 2016 nationwide survey of higher education retirement organizations.
Flyer for the CHAE Speaker Series 2016-2017 featuring five speakers addressing different topics facing higher education today.
A summary document that lists EAD faculty and students presenting at the 2016 conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education.
Under the Microscope: Investigating the Benefits and Impact of Retirement Organizations in Higher Education
Dr. Roger Baldwin and doctoral student, Brett Say prepare to present at the AROHE Conference
Context influences postsecondary research in a multitude of ways. The Spring 2016 issue of the Center for Higher and Adult Education Report serves to illustrate how Center faculty examines context and organizational-level research.
The ever-increasing diversification of higher education necessitates a greater understanding of factors that support the changing needs of students and faculty. The Fall 2015 edition of the CHAE report showcases the work of Center faculty in this realm.