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Intervention by Denise Caruso Read Intervention by Denise Caruso, Executive Director of the Hybrid Vigor Silver Award Winner, 2007 Independent Publisher Book Awards; Best Business Books 2007, Strategy+Business Magazine

‘ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN TENURELAND’

by Denise Caruso ~ January 28, 2008.
Permalink | Filed under: Hybrid Vigor, Collaboration and Sensemaking.

Today’s ‘Inside Higher Ed’ blog posted an interesting analysis of tenure versus interdisciplinary research. Nice to see these issues getting aired on a broader stage, although the argument sounded familiar to our ears.

In 2001, Diana Rhoten and I wrote Hybrid Vigor’s first white paper on roadblocks to interdisciplinary practice, that included tenure as well as several other factors that continue to relegate interdisciplinary scholarship to 2nd-class (or so) status.

It’s called ‘Lead, Follow, Get Out of the Way: Sidestepping the Barriers to Effective Practice of Interdisciplinarity.’ You can download it here, or here:

http://www.hybridvigor.net/interdisciplinary-practice/publications/lead-follow-get-out-of-the-way

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