Date of Graduation
Doctor of Education in Higher Education (EdD)
Rehabilitation, Human Resources and Communication Disorders
Leslie Jo Shelton
Second Committee Member
college union, college campuses, faculty culture, faculty experience
College Unions remain an important presence on many campuses, and often have long legacies of service to students and the campus. Faculty members have largely been left out of the college union literature, despite their tenure on campuses. This study examined the experiences of faculty members with the college union at a case study institution. Interviews with faculty produced themes of participant’s connection to the union, faculty convenience, and student purpose. Many faculty participants shared common traits that may have influenced their involvement in, and experiences with, the union, such as an undergraduate degree from the same institution and their proximity to the facility on campus. The findings suggest that college unions can do more to incorporate faculty into their overall programs.
Stagni, R. F. (2019). A Case Study of Faculty Experiences in a College Union. Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/3141