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This aligns with the idea that student engagement can be improved if courses are part of collaborative support services which include academic, faculty, support and administrative programs (Burnett & Larmar, 2011; Kift, 2009; Kift et al., 2010; Nelson & Kift, 2005; Tinto, 2006; Tinto & Pusser, 2006).
However, such actions influence the behaviors of faculty and staff, whose actions directly impinge upon student lives either through direct contacts with students or indirectly through programs that affect students (Tinto & Pusser, 2006).
Pusser, B., Power and Authority in the Creation of a Public Sphere Through Higher Education, in Universities and the Public Sphere: Knowledge Creation and State Building in the Era of Globalization by Pusser, B., Kempner, K.
Diversos estudos se utilizaram das medidas de posicionamento de um ator na rede para testar suas hipoteses ou perguntas de pesquisas, como os estudos sobre "redes mundos pequenos" desenvolvidos por Mendes-da-Silva (2011) e Lazzarini (2007), o trabalho de Pusser, Slaughter e Thomas (2006), que estudaram o interlocking entre conselhos de empresas e universidades americanas, ou a pesquisa de Rossoni e Machado-da-Silva (2013), que analisaram a relacao entre legitimidade e valor de mercado em companhias listadas do BM&F Bovespa.
The key players in the Global Rum Market are Emirates Bacardi, Diageo, Pernod Ricard and Tanduay while other prominent vendors include Amrut Distilleries, Beam Suntory, Gruppo Campari, Matusalem, Mohan Meakin, Patron Spirits, Pusser's, Radico Khaitan, Ron Bermudez, Ron Edmundo Dantes, Sang Son, Shiva Distilleries, Tilak Nagar Industries and Vok Beverages
Martinez-Alem[sz]n, Brian Pusser, and Estela Mara Bensimon
Parents and students are taking on a greater portion of college costs; tuition and fees are increasing; the academy is adopting new businesslike perspectives; and there is a new public management approach and a greater reliance on voluntary gifts (Breneman 2004; Eckel 2007; Pusser 2002).
Brian Pusser, Power and Authority in the Creation of a Public Sphere, in Universities and the Public Sphere: Knowledge Creation and State Building in the era of globalization 27, 41 (Brian Pusser, Ken Kempner, Simon Marginson & Imanol Ordorika eds., 2012) ("[EJlite postsecondary institutions face a crisis of legitimacy, particularly as prestige competition and the seemingly insatiable demand for increased revenue moves them further from their traditional obligations to the public good."); David F.
In the Lumina Foundation report "Return to Learning: Adults' Success in College is Key to America's Future," the authors conclude that "[i]n the 21st century, our nation needs to maximize the potential of adult learners to face global challenges" (Pusser et al.
(7.) For a good, brief review of this history, see Brian Pusser, Higher Education, the Emerging Market, and the Public Good, in THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY AND POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION (Patricia Albjerg Graham & Nevzer G.
To this end, we selected CNI and intersectionality lenses to help us analyze the experiences of Latinas in academia because each of these theories consider legitimacy a crucial resource in the higher education field: a resource for which academics are constantly struggling towards (Collins, 1986; Delgado-Bernal & Villalpando, 2002; Gonzales, 2012a; Stanley, 2007) and an ascription for which post-secondary institutions are constantly jockeying (Gonzales, 2013a; Morphew, 2009; Pusser & Marginson, 2012; Toma, 2012; Tuchman, 2009).
Brian Pusser, Higher Education, Markets, and the Preservation of the Public Good, in EARNINGS FROM LEARNING: THE RISE OF FOR-PROFIT UNIVERSITIES, supra note 2, at 23, 36.