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by David D. Coleman,John E. Johnson
Monograph Series Volume 10. Coleman, David . E. The New Professional" (David D. Coleman and John E. Johnson) describes characteristics about new professionals and discusses collaboration between supervisors and new professionals
Monograph Series Volume 10. And Others. Johnson) describes characteristics about new professionals and discusses collaboration between supervisors and new professionals. Making the Transition to a Profession Role" (Margaret J. Barr) discusses questions typical of a person appointed to a first professional student affairs position and addresses common concerns in a transition to a new professional role.
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Guide for New Student Affairs Professionals and Their Supervisors. Publisher:National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Incorporated. 11 lbs. Related Subjects.
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Becoming Socialized in Student Affairs Administration: A Guide for New Professionals and Their Supervisors. Student Engagement in Higher Education: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Approaches for Diverse Populations. Beginning Your Journey: A Guide for New Professionals in Student Affairs addresses the most critical and current issues for those entering the field.
The graduate preparation and subsequent transition of new professionals into the field of student affairs has received significant attention from scholars in recent years (. Amey & Reesor, 2009; Magolda & Carnaghi, 2004; Renn & Jessup-Anger, 2008). Chief among the reasons cited for this burgeoning interest are concerns over the relatively high rate of attrition among early career professionals (Tull, 2006). Coleman (Coleman, David . used books, rare books and new books
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