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ERIC Number: ED104458
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Mar
Pages: 91
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The Two-Year, Post-Secondary College Student: New Needs and New Institutional Responses.
Morgan, Don A., Ed.
This monograph presents the papers and addresses of resident and adjunct faculty of the Fifth Rochester Institute, which examined new needs of two-year college students and various innovative institutional responses. Resident faculty papers deal with a variety of issues involving career education: "Career Education: A Humanistic Perspective," by W. Wesley Tennyson and L. Sunny Hansen; "The Value of Values in Nursing Education," by Sheila Corcoran; "Removing Sex Bias From Post-Secondary Business Programs," by Gary N. McLean; and "Accountability," by Sr. Gretta Monnig. Issues related to the new urban and rural student populations are discussed in the invited papers and addresses presented at a related Symposium by adjunct faculty of the Institute: "New Issues, Opportunities and Responses," by Claire T. Blikre; "New Needs of New Rural Students," by Martha Turnage; "A Look at New Students and New Institutional Responses at Loop College," by Edward R. Romewood; and "Strategies and Special Services for the Community College Student in Urban Settings--One Approach," by George Yee. (BB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: Minnesota Univ., Rochester. Rochester Center.