1 edition of ACUHO-I bibliography on residence halls found in the catalog.
ACUHO-I bibliography on residence halls
by Association of College and University Housing Officers-International in Columbus, Ohio
Written in English
Includes author index.
|Other titles||An A.C.U.H.O.-I bibliography on residence halls.|
|Statement||[prepared by] Gregory S. Blimling ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Blimling, Gregory S., Association of College and University Housing Officers-International.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 468 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||468|
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An ACUHO-I Bibliography on Residence Halls. Published by ACUHO-I Available at ACUHO-I bibliography on residence halls book Z U5 A18 Books: Conneely, J.F. Planning a Career in College and University Student Housing. A basic outline of a step-by-step approach to the job search process.
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The call for application references the following publications: Brower, A. More like a home than a hotel: The impact of living-learning programs on college high-risk drinking. The Journal of College and University Student Housing, 35 (1), Brower, A., & Inkelas, K. Assessing learning community programs and partnerships.
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The Naming of Tolbert, Weaver, North, South (Riker), Mallory, Reid, and Yulee Halls In andseven residence halls were slated to. "It is obvious that students who live in residence halls have more time and opportunity to get involved in all aspects of campus life.
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A cursory review of programs at the major student services national conferences (NASPA, ACPA, ACUHO-I, NACA, and NAWDAC) reflected the profession's growing concern with moral development. Recent national conference presentations have dealt with ethics education for fraternities and sororities, residence assistants, student government officers.
ACUHO-I is an international organization designed to represent, foster, develop, promote, and improve the field of college and university housing administration.
It has a total international membership of nearly schools, representing public, private, religious, and proprietary institutions of both the 2- and 4-year type.Practitioners, administrators, and researches come together in this book to discuss student development philosophy in residence halls, the impact of student development on relationships and environments, the role of residence hall staff, and residence education for the present and the future.
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