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Scope and Contents Contains 2,800 serial titles, 250 linear feet of pamphlets and soft-cover books, and 100 linear feet of miscellaneous materials.
Identifier: TMSC U-78
Scope and Contents In episode #100, Darlene Bartosik, coordinator of the Adult Reentry Center. interviews Dr. Chris Boyatzis from the Department of Child Development. They discuss adult learners on the CSUF campus and the challenges that they face returning to school. They also explain how mentorship is instrumental in adult student retention. In episode #101, Darlene Bartosik talks with Pam Lewis, an adult-reentry student. They discuss the reasons for an adult to return to school and the particular challenges...
Identifier: TMSC U-79
Scope and Contents In episode #200, Darlene Bartosik sits down with Jessica Schutte of the CSUF Financial Aid Office to discuss financial assistance options for reentry students. In episode #201, Darlene Bartosik talks with Christine McCarthy, an academic advisor in the CSUF Athletic Department. They discuss learning theories for the adult learner. They also discuss the importance of "learning how to learn" and the importance of becoming an active student.
Identifier: TMSC U-80
Scope and Contents In episode #205, Darlene Bartosik interviews Pat Craig, a professor in the Art History Department of CSUF. They discuss Professor Craig's journey towards her current profession and her experiences as an adult reentry student. They also discuss the significance of support systems on and off campus.
Item — Cassette box Duplicate - 2: Series Series 2
Identifier: TMSC V-113
Contents In this episode, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Barbara McDowell. At the time of the taping, McDowell served as the Director of the Adult Re-entry Center and Women's Center. She discusses the similarities and differences of these two centers. She answers questions regarding gender issues and issues facing re-entry students. She also discusses her campus program, Profiles of Contemporary Women.
Identifier: TMSC V-109
Contents In this episode, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Nancy Benson. At the time of the taping, Nancy served as the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs in the School of the Arts and Human Development Community Service. Nancy discusses her journey as a re-entry student. She discusses the importance of mentors for students.