“Recognition” for Programs in New and Emerging Professional Disciplines

By Katy E. Marre.

Published by Journal of the World Universities Forum

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As in the U.S. so elsewhere, new and emerging academic content areas such as information professions or intelligence studies continue to develop. These two emerging areas are even now in the process of seeking recognition as independent academic areas. As new and emerging knowledge areas such as information professions and intelligence studies develop, professionals in that content area move into jobs that allow for broader application of their learned skills and expertise. These new emerging fields seek the support of the academic community to get formal “recognition,” and people working in these areas should also be “recognized” for their applications of learned skills and knowledge. The purpose of formal “recognition” is to secure societal recognition for new emerging areas of knowledge and its applications; it is also to secure societal standing for people working in those areas and their contributions to the application of these new areas of knowledge. Such “recognition” as I propose, would identify the content areas of academic programs as meeting these emerging areas of knowledge and their applications.

Keywords: “Recognition”

Journal of the World Universities Forum, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp.111-116. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.181MB).

Dr. Katy E. Marre

Professor of English, Department of English, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, USA

Dr. Katy E. Marre is Professor of English and Former Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies & Research at the University of Dayton. Her distinguished academic experience includes developing, coordinating, organizing, and reviewing programs and proposals dealing with issues within Graduate Studies & Research. Representing the University of Dayton, she served on the Ohio Board of Regents Advisory Committee on Graduate Study for several years. She has reviewed and voted on several doctoral (Ph.D. and professional) and master’s programs from both public and private universities in the State of Ohio. Dr. Marre’s service on various boards include regional and national Boards. Dr. Marre’s work with accreditation includes serving as a a consultant-evaluator and member of Team Chair Corps of the Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association. She has published on James Joyce, Robert Frost, William Wordsworth, Wallace Stevens. She is a consultant in graduate education and in accreditation.

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