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James Antony

Dean of the Graduate Division and Education Studies Professor

James Soto Antony has been appointed dean of the Graduate Division at the University of California San Diego, effective September 1, 2019. A University of California alumnus, Antony currently serves on the faculty of the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University, and is director of Harvard’s Higher Education Program. At UC San Diego, Antony will also hold a tenured faculty appointment in the Department of Education Studies.

Antony holds both a doctorate and masters in Higher Education and Organizational Change as well as a baccalaureate degree in psychology, all from UCLA.

At Harvard, Antony also co-directs the university’s Management Development Program, which provides higher education leaders with the tools and insight to think more strategically, balance competing demands, and engage in dynamic leadership.

Prior to Harvard, Antony served as associate provost for Yale University, where he was involved with issues ranging from faculty development and diversity, to undergraduate leadership development. His experience also includes serving as a faculty member and associate dean of the Graduate School at the University of Washington where he led the creation of several graduate programs.

 

UCLA College of Letters & Science

Psychology

B.A.

1992

UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Sciences

Higher Education & Organizational Change

M.A.

1993

UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Sciences

Higher Education & Organizational Change

Ph.D.

1996

Original Peer-Reviewed Work or Listing of Creative Endeavors

 

Antony, J. S. (1998). Personality-career fit and freshman medical career aspirations-A test of Holland's theory. Research in Higher Education, 39 (6), 679-698.

Antony, J. S. (1998). Exploring the factors that influence men and women to form medical career aspirations. Journal of College Student Development, 39(5), 417-426

Antony, J. S. (1999). The psychological effects of negative affirmative action dialogue on minority college students' aspirations, self-concept, and satisfaction with college: A preliminary report. Association for the Study of Higher Education Newsletter, 12(2), 3-6.

Taylor, E. & Antony, J. S. (2000). Stereotype threat and wise schooling practices: An examination of faculty   career aspirations among African American doctoral students in education. Journal of Negro Education, 69(3), 184-198

Antony, J. S. & Valadez, J. R. (2000). Exploring the satisfaction of part-time college faculty in the United States. Institute for Higher Education Law & Governance Monograph Series, 00-7, Houston, TX: University of Houston Law Center.

Valadez, J. R. & Antony, J. S. (2001). Part-time college faculty work satisfaction in two-year colleges. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 25 (2), 20-35.

Antony, J. S. & Valadez, J. R. (2002). Exploring the satisfaction of part-time college faculty in the United States. Review of Higher Education, 26(1), 41-56.

Antony, J. S. (2002). Reexamining doctoral student socialization and professional development: Moving beyond the congruence and assimilation orientation. Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research, 349-380.

Antony, J. S. & Hayden, R. (October/November 2009). A comparative analysis of tenure and faculty productivity at doctoral institutions: Moving beyond traditional approaches. Academic Matters: Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations Journal of Higher Education.

Linville, J., Antony, J. S., & Hayden, R. (2012). The relationship between unionization and perceived control for faculty in community colleges. Community College Journal of Research and Practice.

Linville, J., Antony, J. S., & Hayden, R. (2012). The collective good: Unionization, perceived control and overall job satisfaction for faculty in community colleges. Community College Journal of Research and Practice.

Antony, J. S. & Hayden, R. (2012). Satisfaction of part-time college faculty at two-and four­ year universities: Results from a national study of postsecondary faculty members. Community College Journal of Research and Practice.

Review and Invited Articles

Antony, J. S. (1997). The impact of mentors on economically disadvantaged students' college attendance aspirations: A review essay. Journal of Education of Students Placed at Risk,(1), 79-83.

Antony, J. S. (2001). The stars are not enough: Ambition, professional aspirations, and success among scientific faculty: A review essay. Journal of Higher Education, 72(3), 372-374.

Antony, J. S. (2008). Inside the undergraduate experience: A review essay. Educational Review. (http://edrev.asu.edu/reviews/rev632.htm)

 Books and Book Chapters

Antony, J. S. & Raveling, J. (1998). A comparative analysis of tenure and faculty productivity. In Olivas, M (Ed.). Institute for Higher Education Law & Governance Monograph Series, 98-7, Houston, TX: University of Houston Law Center.

Antony, J. S. & Taylor, E. (2001). Improving graduate student socialization: Implications for the recruitment of African American education faculty. In W. G. Tierney (Ed.). Faculty Work in Schools of Education. New York, NY: SUNY Press.

Antony, J. S. (2001). Reexamining doctoral student socialization and professional development: Moving beyond the congruence and assimilation orientation. In Olivas, M (Ed.). Institute for Higher Education Law & Governance Monograph Series, 01-01, Houston, TX: University of Houston Law Center.

Antony, J. S. (2002). Doctoral degree. In J. F. Forest & K. Kinser (Eds.). Higher Education in the United States: An Encyclopedia, 177- 178. Philadelphia, PA: ABC-CLIO Publishers.

Antony, J. S. (2002). Graduate education in the United States. In J. F. Forest & K. Kinser (Eds.). Higher Education in the United States: An Encyclopedia , 286-90. Philadelphia, PA: ABC-CLIO Publishers.

Antony, J. S. (2002). Graduate students in the United States. In J. F. Forest & K. Kinser (Eds.). Higher Education in the United States: An Encyclopedia, 291-293. Philadelphia, PA: ABC-CLIO Publishers.

Antony, J. S. (2002). Professional education. In J. F. Forest & K. Kinser (Eds.). Higher Education in the United States: An Encyclopedia, 489-491. Philadelphia, PA: ABC­ CLIO Publishers.

Antony, J. S. & Taylor, E. (2004). Theories and strategies of academic career socialization: Improving paths to the professoriate for Black graduate students. In Wulff, D. & Austin, (Eds.). Enriching Graduate Education to Prepare the Next Generation of Faculty: Challenges. Research, and Practice. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Domenech Rodriguez, M., Stewart, A., Cauce, A.M. Sanchez, P., Antony, J. S. and PALIS. (2005). Minority academic achievement and retention in a selective public university: The role of the campus environment. In R. Taylor (Ed.), Addressing the Achievement Gap: Theory Informing Practice.  Charlotte, NC:  Information Age Publishing.

Antony, S. (Ed.). (2006). The Idea of the University. Kendall Hunt. ISBN: 0-7575-2560-1.

Qingyan, , Harvey, W. & Antony, J. S. (Eds.). (2009). Footprints to Success in the Academy: Personal Stories by American Higher Education Leaders. Beijing, China: China Ocean University Press. ISBN: 978-7-81125-228-6.

Qingyan, T., Harvey, W. & Antony, J. S. (Eds.). (2009). Perspectives on Change in the American system of Higher Education: Essays and Speeches from the Leaders in Higher Education. Beijing, China: China Ocean University Press. ISBN: 978-7-81125-227-9.

Antony, J. S. (2009). American higher education: An introduction to the volume. In Quignyan, T., Harvey, W. & Antony, J. S. (Eds.). Perspectives on Change in the American System of Higher Education: Essays and Speeches from the Leaders in Higher Education. Beijing, China: China Ocean University Pres (Reprinted in Quignyan, T., Harvey, W. &

Antony, J. S. (Eds.). Footprints to Success in the Academy: Personal Stories by American Higher Education Leaders. Beijing, China: China Ocean University Press.).

Hoffman, J. L., Antony, J. S., & Alfaro, D. D. (Eds.). (2009). Data Based Decision Making in Intercollegiate Athletic Settings. New Directions for Institutional Research Book Series, Number 144. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. ISBN-13: 978-0470608289.

Lott, J. & Antony, J. S. (Eds.). (2012). Multilevel Modeling: Analytic Techniques and Application in Institutional Research and Decision-Making for Higher Education Leaders. New Directions for Institutional Research Book Series. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. ISBN-13: 978-1118444009.

Antony, J. S. (2013). Merit-based and need-based college admissions. In Banks, J. A. (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Antony, J. S., Hoffman, J. L., & Houston, J. (2016). The case of Bobby Knight: Implications for executive leaders in higher education. In Harper, S. Case Studies in College Athletics. New York, NY: Routledge Press.

Antony, J. S., Cauce, A. M., & Shalala, D. (Eds.). (2017). Challenges Facing Senior Leaders in Higher Education. New York, NY: Routledge. ISBN-13: 978-11 38884878.

Antony, J. S. & Nicola, T. P. The tricky terrain of global partnerships in higher education. In Tierney, W. G. Successful Global Collaborations in Higher Education Institutions. (in press)

 Refereed Conference Proceedings

Antony, S. (1992). Can we all get along? How college impacts students' sense of the importance of promoting racial understanding. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE), Pittsburgh, PA. Printed as ERIC Document No.: ED 365174.

Antony, S. & Boatsman, K.C. (November, 1994). Defining the teaching-learning function in te1ms of cooperative pedagogy: An empirical taxonomy of faculty practices. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE), Tucson, AZ. Printed as ERIC Document No.: ED 375725.

Antony, S. & Valadez, J. R. (1998). An exploration of the factors influencing job satisfaction among America's part-time college faculty. ASHE Annual Meeting Paper. Printed as ERIC Document No.: ED 427597.

Antony, S. & Raveling, J. (1998). Tenure, professional ambition, and productivity among college faculty. ASHE Annual Meeting Paper. Printed as ERIC Document No.: ED 427598.

Dean’s Fellow  

1993

Rose & Sam Gilbert Fellow

1993-1995

Charles F. Scott Fellow

1994

NCAA Division I National Championship in Women’s Rowing

2000 & 2001

University of Washington Presidential Faculty Fellow

2000-2001

College of Education Nominee, University of Washington Distinguished Teaching Award

2002

 

American Council on Education Fellow

2006-2007

Nominee – University of Washington Distinguished Teaching Award

2008

Nominee – University of Washington Distinguished Teaching Award

2009