January 25, 2017

Cal Caucus Publishes 2016 Journal

The California Caucus of College and University Ombuds has published its fourth on-line journal.  Topics include the challenges of gaining broader recognition of our standards of professional practice, the relevance of legal training to Ombuds practice, a comparative international perspective on evolving Ombuds programs, and more.
Letter from your Editor, James Laflin
Pete Small Award Recipient: Tom Sebok
Five Current Challenges That Pose Opportunities to Improve and Consolidate the Ombuds Profession, Bruce MacAllister
Ombudsing at Canadian Universities Through the Eyes of a Dutch Ombudsman, Paul Herfs
Ombuds: Degree Required? Caroline Adams
Ombuds Internships: A Model of Strong Collaboration, Natalie Sharpe
The Power of How: Considering the Value of Relational Fairness in Higher Education, Veronica Kube
Case Study (Presented by the IOA Mentoring Committee)
Book Review: Book Review: Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me, Henok Elias
(Cal Caucus 2016 Journal.)

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