Managing your career in higher education administration
I’m delighted to let you know that Managing your career in higher education administration has been chosen by industry publication Times Higher Education as one of its books of 2014. See picture (from p87 of the print version)!
More information about the book can be found at http://www.palgrave.com/page/detail/managing-your-career-in-higher-education-administration-michelle-gander/?isb=9781137328328.
That’s a fantastic early Christmas present!
Thank you very much to Paul Greatrix who chose the book, who is the author of Registrarism, and who features as one of our case studies in the book.
A very positive review of my recent co-authored book Managing your career in higher education administration is out today on WonkHE, a well-read and regarded website for those working in higher education.
The review, available at www.wonkhe.com/2014/10/24/managing-your-career-in-higher-education, notes that the book is the first of its kind, and concludes by saying that ours is:
…a really useful book for anyone looking to build their career in higher education administration and so fills a big and noticeable gap that the community has looked to fill for some time.
Many thanks to Paul Greatrix, Registrar at the University of Nottingham, author of Registrarism, and one of the interviewees featured in the book, for his thoughtful and interesting review.
If you will be attending the forthcoming AUA Annual Lecture, Diversity in Leadership, on Tuesday 4 November at Oxford Brookes University, you will also have the opportunity to buy the book at a special discounted rate of £20.00 (RRP £25.99). I’ll be there with our publisher Palgrave Macmillan and will be happy to talk to you about the book (and sign your copy!)
Pre-order our forthcoming book, Managing your career in higher education administration, and get a very decent 20% discount!
Order from www.palgrave.com and enter code WMYC14 at checkout. See image and link below:
The book will be published on 18 July and the discount code should be valid until just before then.