Nora Antoine is a 2013 graduate of the PhD Program in Leadership and Change at Antioch University. [Author Introduction - above]
Tribal Colleges and Universities, TCUs, American Indians, Lakota, Sioux, rolling survey, indigenous research, leadership, higher education, faculty, collegiality, professional relationships, Higher Education, Native American Studies, Native Americans, Native Studies, First Nation, Organizational Behavior, Personal Relationships
This dissertation study explores Tribal College and University (TCU) faculty collegiality utilizing qualitative and indigenous research methodology approaches. Since collegiality is a multidimensional construct, a Rolling Survey process was developed to provide a vehicle for discussion. Within focus group settings, TCU faculty participants created a composite about their relationships, communications, and professional development. Dialogue affirmed important professional relationships and explored issues that contribute or detract from TCU faculty work experiences. The results of this study further suggest wider applications for leadership and businesses in general, affirming the importance of and the need to support professional working relationships. The electronic version of this Dissertation is at the Ohio Link ETD Center at http://ohiolink.edu/etd.
Antoine, N. (2013). Exploring Tribal College and University (TCU) Faculty Collegiality. https://aura.antioch.edu/etds/66
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Nora Antoine, a Rosebud Sioux Tribal Member, is the Chair of the Business Department at Sinte Gleska University, Mission, South Dakota.
Dr. Antoine's video introduction to her dissertation is streaming in the box above and attached in MP4 format below.
Dr. Antoine's Graduation Speech : https://youtu.be/ztwp51AcCeA