Comments: This book has suffered some slight water damage. CD/Access Code may not be included. Great Price, but most likely will contain cover wear, loose/torn/creased pages and/or staining/highlighting/markings.
Elizabeth Steltenpohl (EdD, Teachers College, Columbia University) is a Mentor Emeritus at SUNY Empire State College. As a Professor of Educational Studies, she conducted courses and wrote about college entry-related activities for a number of years Jane Shipton (MA, New York University), who died in 1998, was a Mentor Emeritus at SUNY Empire State College, where she was Professor of Community and Human Services Sharon Villines (MFA, University of Illinois) is a Mentor Emeritus at SUNY Empire State College. As an artist and writer who taught an orientation to college course, she gained extensive experience counseling students who were developing or changing careersSteltenpohl, Elizabeth is the author of 'Orientation to College A Reader on Becoming an Educated Person', published 2003 under ISBN 9780534599584 and ISBN 0534599583.
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