Jesuit higher education is struggling to respond to changes in market conditions while maintaining its mission. Fiscal pressures arise from declining public support for higher education and increased competition. New technologies are enabling e-learning and distance learning environments, often in a for-profit context. Institutions of higher education are adapting to these external pressures in part by changing the work conditions of faculty. The challenge for Jesuit institutions is to ensure their response to the increasingly complex environment is consistent with Jesuit values. This paper focuses on the tensions caused by changing market conditions, faculty work conditions, and the Jesuit mission.
Conley, AnaMaria and Wheaton, Aimee
"Jesuit Colleges Meet Market Forces: How Ought We to Respond?,"
Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal: Vol. 9:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://epublications.regis.edu/jhe/vol9/iss2/8
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