PREPARATION OF NEW PROFESSIONALS AND MISSION DRIVEN HIRING PRACTICES: A Survey of Senior Student Affairs Officers at Catholic Colleges and Universities
Estanek, Sandra M., Herdlein, Richard, Harris, Justyne, College Student Affairs Journal
Studies over the past decade have resulted in significant data used to inform student affairs practitioners and graduate preparation faculty of desired competencies of new professionals entering the field of student affairs administration. Little information is available on the perceptions of senior student affairs officers at 208 institutions representing 900,000 students and identifying themselves as Catholic colleges and universities. The purpose of this study was to provide data on senior student affairs officer perceptions of the relative importance of competencies established by the American College Personnel Association (2007) and identified in the literature on Catholic …
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Publication information: Article title: PREPARATION OF NEW PROFESSIONALS AND MISSION DRIVEN HIRING PRACTICES: A Survey of Senior Student Affairs Officers at Catholic Colleges and Universities. Contributors: Estanek, Sandra M. - Author, Herdlein, Richard - Author, Harris, Justyne - Author. Journal title: College Student Affairs Journal. Volume: 29. Issue: 2 Publication date: Spring 2011. Page number: 151+. © Southern Association for College Student Affairs Fall 1998. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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