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ERIC Number: ED367216
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Pages: 98
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Gateways: Residential Colleges and the Freshman Year Experience. The Freshman Year Experience. Monograph Series Number 14.
Smith, Terry B., Ed.
This monograph contains 14 papers on residential colleges and their role in successful freshman year experiences. Residential colleges are defined as colleges in which the faculty live among the students. The papers are as follows: (1) "Introduction: Why a Monograph about First-Year Residential Colleges?" by Terry B. Smith; (2) "Residential Colleges: An Historical Context" by Mark B. Ryan; (3) "Us and Them" by Jim Hohenbary and others; (4) "Residential Colleges: Vestige or Model for Improving College Residence Halls?" by Derrell Hart and Terry B. Smith; (5) "Meeting the Needs of Today's Students: The Evolution of A Residential Academic Program" by Terri J. Macey; (6) "Student Life as Text: Discovering Connections, Creating Community" by Grant Cornwell and Richard Guarasci; (7)"Making Connections: The Mission of UNCG's (University of North Carolina Greensboro) Residential College" by Frances Arndt; (8) "Putting the College Back in the University" by Jerry A. Stark; (9) "Outgrow the Place... but Not the Faculty: Introducing Freshmen to Resident Faculty Communities" by Kristine E. Dillon; (10) "'You Save Our Academic Lives'" by Katie Dustin and Chris M. Murchison; (11) "Time Travel in British Higher Education: The Rediscovery of Colleges" by Frank Burnet; (12) "How To Know When It's Working" by Kristie DiGregorio and others; (13) "Amy's College" by Martin Nemko; (14 "Afterword: Three Quotes" by Terry B. Smith. Papers include references. (JB)
University of South Carolina, The Freshman Year Experience, 1728 College Street, Columbia, SC 29208 ($25).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Teachers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: South Carolina Univ., Columbia. National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience.