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Phillip E. Frandson Award for Literature


The Philip E. Frandson Award for Literature in the Field of Continuing Higher Education recognizes the author and publisher of an outstanding work of continuing higher education literature. It is given in memory of Phillip E. Frandson, Dean of Extension, University of California, Los Angeles, and association President, 1977-1978. The Frandson Award Committee encourages submissions of books published during 2013 that are important to the theory or practice of continuing higher education in colleges and universities.
 
Criteria:

The Frandson Book Award will be presented to the author(s) of a book or monograph which best satisfies the following criteria:
  • The work is published in 2013.
  • The work is important to the theory or practice of continuing higher education in colleges and universities
  • The work exemplifies originality and a superior quality of prose in the English language.


Eligible content includes:

  • Management and leadership in continuing higher education,

  • Adult education and innovative instructional strategies,

  • Adults as learners,

  • Distance education and instructional design,

  • Marketing and/or financial management for continuing higher education,

  • Examination of the future of continuing higher education,

  • Role of lifelong learning in economic development, globalization and broader public policy issues.
     

Nomination Procedure: 
  • Click here for information regarding the Frandson nomination procedure or contact Amy Heitzman, Chief Learning Officer, UPCEA, at 202-400-2683 or aheitzman@upcea.edu