Summary of PowerPoint Presentation at Vienna
University of Economics and Business
Submitted by Anthony G. Shannon and Jacob G. Munday
The Boyer model of scholarship is misunderstood at several levels. The categories can be distinguished, but not necessarily separated. This can result in non-traditional scholarly activity which is not always appreciated externally by granting bodies and regulatory authorities, and interiorly by CEOs and academics who do not see scholarly activity which informs teaching as essential, particularly when the nature of the research is non-routine, or the scope is industry-oriented: such as in business, management and accounting, or with fractional staff from accounting firms and banks.
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