Work and the College Student: Proceedings of the First National Convention on Work and the College Student, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, June 4-6, 1975

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Roland Keene, Frank C. Adams, John E. King
Southern Illinois University Press, 1976 - Education - 466 pages

This unusual volume is, first, the pro­ceedings of an important national con­ference, but unlike ordinary proceedings the contributions to it have been selected for their importance to the literature. Second, the volume as a whole empha­sizes the importance of student work both to the student and to the insti­tution of higher learning. Third, the book’s publication marks an historic oc­casion. As a consequence of this first convention a national professional or­ganization has been formed to meet annually to communicate results of further research in this important area.

These contributions by distinguished educators will be of special value to per­sons who manage and direct student work programs, but they will be of in­terest also to administrators, business­men, labor leaders, and legislators.

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Contents

Current Challenges
3
Higher Education and the Purposes
17
What Industry Wants from College
30
Copyright

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About the author (1976)

Roland Keene is Professor of Higher Education.

Frank C. Adams is Director, Student Work and Financial Assistance.

John E. King is Professor and Chair­man, Department of Higher Education, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

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