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Reybold, L. Earle; Halx, Mark D. – Innovative Higher Education, 2018
Scholarship about ethics in higher education often focuses on wrongdoing: cheating, incivility, and a host of other misdeeds. We focus, instead, on ethicality as the enactment of integrity across everyday work life. This approach is particularly true in student affairs where administrators, faculty members, staff members, and students intersect…
Descriptors: Ethics, Standards, Integrity, Professional Identity
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Reybold, L. Earle; Konopasky, Abigail; Trepal, Heather; Haberstroh, Shane – Innovative Higher Education, 2015
As Hurricane Katrina forced thousands of Gulf Coast residents to evacuate, U.S. communities established shelters for emergency intake. Faculty members across the country, especially those trained in counseling, volunteered immediately for crisis work. This study examined the experiences of a faculty response team from one counselor education…
Descriptors: Counselor Educators, Natural Disasters, Experience, Interviews
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Reybold, L. Earle; Brazer, S. David; Schrum, Lynne; Corda, Kirsten W. – Innovative Higher Education, 2012
Dissertation committees are complex social arenas that underscore expertise, image, and peer relationships--all of which affect professional identity and advancement. This study presents a sampling of how early career women faculty members learn about and negotiate their participation on dissertation committees. Research questions focused on…
Descriptors: Expertise, Grounded Theory, Women Faculty, Females
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Reybold, L. Earle – Innovative Higher Education, 2008
This study examined the experience of faculty ethicality in education. Research questions focused on faculty characterizations of professional ethics, related socialization experiences, and responses to dilemmas. Interviews were conducted with 32 faculty members and analyzed using the constant comparative method. Findings describe the experiential…
Descriptors: Socialization, Ethics, College Faculty, Interviews
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Reybold, L. Earle – Innovative Higher Education, 2003
Examined the development of initial faculty identities of doctoral students in education as they transitioned to the professorate. Identified five archetypal pathways to the professorate: anointed, pilgrim, visionary, philosopher, and drifter. (EV)
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Education Majors, Graduate Students, Student Development