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Professional Student Affairs Administration : Educator, Leader, and Manager

Professional Student Affairs Administration : Educator, Leader, and Manager - 01 edition

ISBN13: 978-1583910665

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ISBN13: 978-1583910665
ISBN10: 1583910662

Cover type: Print On Demand
Edition: 01
Copyright: 2001
Publisher: Brunner/Routledge
Published: 2001
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Professional Student Affairs Administration : Educator, Leader, and Manager - 01 edition

ISBN13: 978-1583910665

Roger B. Jr. Winston, Don G. Creamer and Theodore K. Miller

ISBN13: 978-1583910665
ISBN10: 1583910662

Cover type: Print On Demand
Edition: 01
Copyright: 2001
Publisher: Brunner/Routledge
Published: 2001
International: No
Summary

Student affairs is moving to a higher education future that promotes student learning and accountability. This book offers wisdom and insight for professional student affairs administrators while they serve as educators, leaders, and managers who promote vision, participation, community, learning, and diversity |o Phyllis Mable, Vice President of Student Affairs, Longwood College

Styled as a complete update to Miller & Winston's 1991 book, Administration and Leadership in Student Affairs, this book addresses issues of critical importance to today's student affairs professional. Grounded in human development, learning, leadership, group dynamics, management theories, and current social science research and evaluation methods, this book articulates the means for college student affairs administrators to function in the forefront of student learning and personal development initiatives.

The Professional Student Affairs Administrator is a comprehensive textbook for master's and doctoral level students in college student affairs administration preparation courses, as well as a valuable reference guide for both beginning and seasoned professionals alike. The book focuses on the three essential roles played by student affairs administrators: as educators who play a significant role in addressing the academic goals of their institutions, as leaders who help to shape the vision of their institution's student affairs practice and educational mission, and as managers who are responsible for coordinating programs and services, supervising staff, and overseeing university facilities and budgets.

Table of Contents

Preface
About the Writers

Part I: Context and Foundations

Creamer, Winston, Miller, The Professional Student Affairs Administrator: Roles and Functions
Kuh, Seigel, Thomas, Higher Education: Values and Culture
Dixon, Student Affairs in an Increasingly Multicultural World
Elling, Brown, Advancing Technology and Student Affairs Practice

Part II: Parameters of Professional Practice

Gehring, Legal Parameters for Student Affairs Practice
Young, Ethics and Professional Practice

Part III: Managing and Administering

Sandeen, Organizing Student Affairs Divisions
Carpenter, Staffing Student Affairs Divisions
Woodard, Financing and Budgeting
Janosick, Hirt, Resolving Conflicts

Part IV: Teaching and Inquiring

Magolda, Enhancing Learning
Saunders, Cooper, Programmatic Interventions: Translating Theory to Practice
Schuh, Upcraft, Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation
Erwin, Sirvo, Assessing Student Learning and Development in Student Affairs: A Nuts and Bolts Introduction

Part V: Leading and Visioning

Roberts, Leading
Jacoby, Jones, Visioning the Future of Student Affairs
Appendices
Gehring, An Introduction to Legal Research
American Association of Student Personnel Administrators Standards of Professional Practice
Index

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