Creating Opportunities for Faculty Research

Brown, Linda Meggett
November 1999
Black Issues in Higher Education;11/25/99, Vol. 16 Issue 20, p34
Focuses on how research is an invaluable tool for faculty career development and how African American scholars could pursue a career in research and teaching. Obstacles in building a competitive research environment; Jobs of most faculty teachers in research institutions; Information on how scholars at North Carolina A&T enabled to pursue a career in teaching and in research.


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