|About the MUJ|
Metropolitan Universities Journal is published by Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) on behalf of the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities.
Each issue focuses on a specific topic in the world of education. Recent themes include:
Why Read Metropolitan Universities Journal?
Higher education administrators and researchers often have to search in vain through many different sources for recent and relevant literature on hot topics such as curriculum reform, student retention, assessment, fundraising, faculty culture and governance, diversity, and civic engagement. Metropolitan Universities is a journal that will help your institution keep up-to-date with cutting-edge higher education issues.
Each issue reports in-depth on both the theoretical and applied aspects of a current theme affecting colleges and universities. Authors come from diverse institutional perspectives and include top scholars and administrators who share a wealth of experience and knowledge about best practices and effective strategies that cannot be gained in conference sessions or by reading traditional academic journals.
Metropolitan Universities informs administrators, faculty, and students of the latest ideas, issues, and trends that are challenging and changing all types of institutions. Recent journal themes, for example, have focused on distributed learning, K-16 collaborations, assessment, service learning, and campus-community partnerships. The world of higher education is changing rapidly; Metropolitan Universities Journal keeps you informed of all the latest trends.
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