colleges and universities are facing their most difficult challenge since World War II in finding qualified faculty to teach our students and administrators to manage and lead our institutions of higher education. And yet, our institu-tions are vastly inexperienced and un-trained in the art of identifying, recruit-ing, and hiring faculty and administra-tors (Stein & Trachtenberg, 1993, p. 9). This statement would seem to be as rel-evant today as it was 10 years ago. Having been involved in several health education faculty searches that failed to yield large pools of qualified candidates and ende
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