Deans Knowledge Base (DKB)

The Deans Knowledge Base (DKB) is a searchable database of resource documents of interest to A&S deans. Included in the database are summaries of ListServ discussions, presentations from conferences and seminars, presidential addresses, white papers, and so forth.  DKB documents are available only to members of CCAS by logging in under Members Only with your personal ID.  
The database is organized into categories, and can be searched within categories or by using keywords. Click here for a table of keywords.  Searching works best if you enter a single word rather than a phrase.
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Arts & Sciences
Graphic Design Program Administration
Deans ListServ, September 2018
A Toolbox for Promoting the Liberal Arts
Richard Finkelstein, Todd Pfannestiel, Carmen Cid, Monica Cowart, November 2015
In the rush to specialize, liberal arts' value abides
Timothy D. Johnston
The Greensboro News Record published this opinion piece from Dean Johnston on the value of the liberal arts.
The role & impact of regional accreditation on institutional well-being
Steven Brown, J. Chris Arndt, Neil Pagano, and Kim Martin Long
Presentation at 2011 Annual Meeting
A Prophecy for the Liberal Arts
Pat Mosto, Gerald R. Greenberg, and Steve Peters - 2012 Annual Meeting
The Academic Arms Race, New Individualism, and Deaning
Valerie Gray Hardcastle - 2012 Annual Meeting
Communicating the Value of a Liberal Arts Education
Marji Morgan, Aldemaro Romero, and Anne E. Zayaitz - 2012 Annual Meeting
The Heart of Matter: The Report from the AAAS and what we should do about it
Jeffrey P. Braden, Matthew C. Moen
Presentation for 2013 Annual Meeting
Liberal Arts in the STEM Era
Teresa A. Sullivan
Presentation for 2013 Annual Meeting

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