Women's leadership within higher education continues to be the focus of research and essays. A look into the lives of past women leaders in higher education can provide a potential "road-map" for aspiring women to follow as they develop their leadership style to aid in their upward mobility. The study of the first woman to lead a public four-year college or university provides a historical perspective of women's leadership in higher education. Looking into the career path, challenges, mentoring activities, leadership style and traits of the first woman to serve as president of a public four-year college or university may aid in the development of future leaders and the development of mentoring programs.
|Commitee:||Boyd, Sandy, Misite, Phyllis|
|Department:||School of Education|
|School Location:||United States -- Minnesota|
|Source:||DAI-A 72/03, Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Biographies, Educational leadership, Womens studies, Higher education|
|Keywords:||Educational leadership, Higher education, Leadership, Leadership style, Mentoring, Oklahoma, Women administrators, Women's leadership, Zaneis, Kate Galt|
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