April 1, 2008, 12:30 PM
Bronfman Center, 5th Floor
7 East 10th Street
Contemporary Historically Black Colleges and Universities
James T. Minor is an assistant professor of higher education at Michigan State University. His current work examines the relationship between higher education governance structures and college and university performance. In addition, he directs a funded project that examines the contemporary role of public Historically Black Colleges and Universities. His recent publications include Contemporary HBCUs: Considering Institutional Capacity and State Priorities: A Research Report (2008), A Case of Complex Governance: A Structural Analysis of University Decision-Making (2006), and The Inclusive, Innovative, and Authentic Ph.D.: Who Will Lead the Way? (2006).