The Role of the Head Resident as Perceived by Head Residents Student Personnel Staff and Faculty at Central Washington State College
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Thomas Dean Stinson
Second Committee Member
Robert S. Miller
Third Committee Member
The major aim in undertaking the study was to examine the position of Head Resident by soliciting the views of student Personnel officials, Head Residents, and faculty persons, Further, it was the author's hope that a result of the study might be a clarification of the Head Resident position, based upon a composite viewpoint of the respondents of the study.
Hollister, James P., "The Role of the Head Resident as Perceived by Head Residents Student Personnel Staff and Faculty at Central Washington State College" (1968). All Master's Theses. 871.
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