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New Realities in the Management of Student Affairs: Emerging Specialist Roles and Structures for Changing Times [Paperback]

Ashley Tull , Linda Kuk

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Table of Contents

PART 1
Introduction, Contexts and Current Practices With Specialist Roles and Structures

1) Introduction-Linda Kuk
2) The Context For Using Specialist Roles and Matrix Structures
In Student Affairs Organizations-Linda Kuk
3) Survey Of Current Practices With Specialist Roles and Structures-Ashley Tull and Nick Rammell

PART 2
Emerging Specialist Roles Within Student Affairs Organizations

4) Changing Roles and Responsibilities in Student Affairs Technology-Leslie Dare and Kyle Johnson
5) Emerging Roles and Responsibilities in Student Affairs Development-James Rychner and Linda Clement
6) Emerging Roles and Responsibilities in Student Affairs Communications-Chris Heltne
7) Emerging Roles and Responsibilities of the Student Affairs Assistant To-Sherry Mallory, Evette Castillo Clark and Bernie Shulz
8) Changing Roles and Responsibilities in Student Affairs Human Resources and Professional Development-Allison Hawkins Crume
9) Emerging Roles and Responsibilities of The Student Affairs Chief Of Staff and Director Of Administration-Cynthia Bonner and Allyn Fleming
10) Changing Roles and Responsibilities in Student Affairs Auxiliary Services-Jerrid Freeman and Dean Bresciani
11) Changing Roles and Responsibilities in Student Affairs Research and Assessment-Marilee J. Bresciani

PART 3
Emerging Specialist Roles and Structures In Student Affairs Organizations: Institutional and Organizational Implications

12) Strategic Planning and Budget Concerns Related To Emerging Roles and Structures In Student Affairs Organizations-Kathy Cavins-Tull
13) Emerging Specialist Roles and Structures In Student Affairs Organizations At Small Colleges and Universities-Frank P. Ardaiolo and Kathleen M. Callahan
14) Emerging Specialist Roles and Structures In Student Affairs Organizations At Community Colleges-Bette Simmons
15) Preparation and Training For Changing and Emerging Specialist Roles For Those Not Training In Traditional Methods-Linda Kuk
16) Concluding Thoughts and Recommendations-Ashley Tull and Linda Kuk

CONTRIBUTORS
INDEX

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