Lynton Colloquium Panelist: R. Eugene Rice
R. Eugene Rice is Senior Scholar at the Association of American Colleges and Universities and holds an appointment in the Ph.D. Program in Leadership and Change for senior professionals at Antioch University. For ten years he served as director of the Forum on Faculty Roles and Rewards and the New Pathways projects at the American Association for Higher Education. Before moving to AAHE he was vice president and dean of the faculty at Antioch College where he held an appointment of professor of sociology and religion. Earlier, Gene was program executive and senior fellow at the Carnegie Foundation engaged in the national study of the scholarly priorities of the American professoriate and collaborating with the late Ernest Boyer on the Carnegie Report Scholarship Reconsidered. His work on that topic is available in the New Pathways Working Paper Series in an essay entitled “Making a Place for the New American Scholar” (Stylus), and appears in a book Faculty Priorities Reconsidered: Encouraging Multiple Forms of Scholarship edited with KerryAnn O’Meara (2005).