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EDHE 5110: Foundations of Student Development Administration: Required Readings

Useful library resources for EDHE 5110, Dr. Tran-Parsons EDHE 5110

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Required Readings for EDHE 5110

Evans, N.J. & Guido, F.M. (2012). Response to Patrick Love’s informal theory: A rejoinder. Journal of College Student Development, 53 (2), 193-200.

Hadley, W. M. (2011). College students with disabilities: A student development perspective. New Directions for Higher Education, 154, 77-81.

Kuk, L. (2009). The dynamics of organizational models within student affairs. In McClellan, G. S., & Stringer, J. (Eds.), The handbook of student affairs administration (pp. 313-332). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Love, P. (2012). Informal theory: The ignored link in theory-to-practice. Journal of College Student Development, 53(2), 177-191

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