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2002-2003 Ursinus College Course Catalogue, Office Of The Registrar May 2002

2002-2003 Ursinus College Course Catalogue, Office Of The Registrar

Ursinus College Catalogues

A digitized copy of the 2002-2003 Ursinus College Catalog. It contains details of the curriculum, departmental requirements and courses of instruction as well as lists of students, faculty and administrators. Student life, terms of admission, expenses and financial aid are also included as well as descriptions of the buildings and equipment available to students.


Excerpt From Snell Symposium Manual, March 2002, Jenepher Price Shillingford Mar 2002

Excerpt From Snell Symposium Manual, March 2002, Jenepher Price Shillingford

Eleanor Frost Snell Programs, Correspondence and Other Documents

This 29 page manual accompanied the Snell Symposium Conference held at Ursinus College in Spring 2002. It includes information about the mission, background and development of the conference as well as a list of participants, mentors and keynote speakers.


The Bodger Dialogues, Richard P. Richter Jan 2002

The Bodger Dialogues, Richard P. Richter

Publications

This is an account of Ursinus College during the period 1965-1994, told in a literary format by former President Richard P. Richter in 2002.


2002 Ruby Yearbook, Aki Watanuki, Katie Leigh Shearer, Brandy Dell, Ursinus College Senior Class Jan 2002

2002 Ruby Yearbook, Aki Watanuki, Katie Leigh Shearer, Brandy Dell, Ursinus College Senior Class

The Ruby Yearbooks

A digitized copy of the 2002 Ruby, the Ursinus College yearbook.


Miss Snell's Way: A Life-Affirming Organic Model Created In Sport, Robin G. Cash Jan 2002

Miss Snell's Way: A Life-Affirming Organic Model Created In Sport, Robin G. Cash

Eleanor Frost Snell Programs, Correspondence and Other Documents

This 156 page dissertation by Robin G. Cash, Ursinus College Class of 1972, was submitted to the faculty of Fielding Graduate Institute in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Human and Organizational Systems.

The dissertation explores a women’s way of coaching and being in sport that existed prior to Title IX. It considers a shift from an organic to a mechanistic coaching approach. An alternative model based on the concept of organicism and underlying principles of relational power, life-affirming actions, and inclusiveness of all beings is presented. This new model emerged from ...