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18 record(s) found for Structure of SGs.
1. Survey: Student Government Structure at Large-Enrollment, Multi-Campus Community Colleges Nationwide (ASGA survey for Northern Virginia Community College)
Northern Virginia Community College commissioned ASGA to survey large-enrollment, multi-campus community colleges about their student government structure.
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs


2. The United States National Student Association: Democracy, Activism, and the Idea of the Student, 1947-1978
The is the doctoral dissertation of Angus Johnston, a scholar who specializes in the history of student activism in the United States.
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs
Author: J. Angus Johnston


3. Percentage of Women in SG (raw data)
This is the "raw data" gathered from ASGA's "SG Database" on the percentage of women serving in collegiate student governments nationwide. The data is from 2003 to 2011.

ASGA gathers information on officers and members from every college and university in the nation. Not all institutions provide current information at their web sites, however, and about 1,100 of the 5,000 institutions are currently ASGA members. ASGA employs seven in-house searchers who spend upwards of 16,000 hours a year gathering and maintaining the SG Database. The data assembled is by far the deepest in breadth and accuracy that has ever been gathered on this subject in the history of American higher-education.
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs


4. Alternatives to Traditional Student Government
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs
Author: Don Creamer


5. Student government: A testing ground for transformational leadership principles
Asserts that transformational leadership principles can help student affairs staff to actualize their own leadership potential and to model appropriate leadership characteristics for student government leaders. Discusses implications for practice. (KW)
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs


6. Changes in Student Government over the past 25 years
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs
Author: Oxendine, Jr., W.H. "Butch"


7. Student Governance: A Qualitative Study of Leadership In a Student Government Association
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs
Author: Walter May


8. Public Colleges and Universities with Multiple Campuses
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs


9. An Historical and Comparative Study of Student Government
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs
Author: David Fifer


10. Debate ensues over small versus large student governments
Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only
Category: Structure of SGs
Author: Cara Shirley


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