The Handbook of Student Affairs Administration

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Wiley, Apr 23, 1993 - Education - 555 pages
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This comprehensive volume offers practitioners at all levels specific guidelines, strategies, and practical advice on how to effectively manage and administer the student affairs of diverse college and university campuses. Student affairs practitioners will find this book a valuable source of information on mastering the higher education political process, sharpening management conflict resolution skills, and advancing methods for assessing outcomes of programs and services.

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The Administrative
Institutional Governance and the Role of Student Affairs
Assessing Campus Environments

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MARGARET J. BARR is vice president for student affairs, Northwestern University and serves as editor-in-chief of the Jossey-Bass New Directions in Student Services series. She is a recipient of the NASPA Contribution to Literature Award (1986), and the ACPA Professional Service Award (1986), and the ACPA Contribution to Knowledge Award (1990).

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