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ERIC Number: ED370610
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 53
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The American Association of Women in Community and Junior Colleges (AAWCJC): Celebrating 20 Years of Growth & Service, 1973-1993.
Cox, Diana Hester, Ed.; And Others
Journal of the American Association of Women in Community and Junior Colleges, 1993
The annual Journal of the American Association of Women in Community and Junior Colleges (AAWCJC) publishes articles on research, model programs, and teaching/learning strategies of interest to women students and staff at community, junior, and technical colleges. It provides a forum for the discussion of issues related to women in higher education and disseminates information on leadership training activities. This issue, which commemorates the 20-year history of the AAWCJC, contains the following articles: (1) "Twenty Years of Growth, Twenty Years of Service," by Jo-Ann Terry; (2) "Welcome, Dear Women, to the World of Reality," by Linda M. Lillie; (3) "Self-Worth of Middle-Aged Women Enrolled in Community Coilleges," by Mary J. Didelot; (4) "Mentoring in Business and Industry: Applications to Women in Community Colleges," by Gaye Luna and Deborah L. Cullen; (5) a review by Pamila Fisher of "Lakota Woman" by Mary Crow Dog; (6) "Women Leaders Are Readers," by Signe M. Kastberg; (7) "The 21st Century Female Academician: Beyond the 'Glass Ceiling,'" by Gloria Trujillo-Sanchez; (8) "Women Academicians in the Community College: Increasing Our Power through Communication," by Shelley Lane; (9) "Gender + Ethnicity = Dynamic Leadership by Latina Community College Presidents," by Lois M. Knowlton. Also included is a statement of the philosophy of the AAWCJC, general information about the organization, and a list of members of the Board of Directors. (KP)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, Washington, DC. American Association of Women in Community and Junior Colleges.
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