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
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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