High School Students' Perceptions of a College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources1
Fritz, S., Husmann, D., Reese, D., Stowell, R., Powell, L., NACTA Journal
Declining enrollment in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources fueled discussions about changing the name of the college as a means of reversing the trend. In spring 2005, a comprehensive study was launched to assess the perceptions of key college populations. This study relates to one of those four populationsresident, college-bound high school seniors. A survey developed by Kansas State University was a starting point for the development of a mailed survey to evaluate the college's image, the influence of the college's name, the level of awareness of program offerings and career opportunities, and to identify actionable changes. A sample (4,500) …
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Publication information: Article title: High School Students' Perceptions of a College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources1. Contributors: Fritz, S. - Author, Husmann, D. - Author, Reese, D. - Author, Stowell, R. - Author, Powell, L. - Author. Journal title: NACTA Journal. Volume: 51. Issue: 3 Publication date: September 2007. Page number: 44+. © North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Mar 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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