How to research the power structure of your university or college
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How to research the power structure of your university or college by Marian, Bert writer on academic administration

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Published by Study Commission on Undergraduate Education and the Education of Teachers in Lincoln, Neb .
Written in English


  • Universities and colleges -- Administration,
  • Student participation in administration

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Includes bibliographical references

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Paginationviii, 89 p.
Number of Pages89
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Open LibraryOL14606060M

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