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Staff Perceptions Of Work-Environment Factors Affecting Morale In Southeastern Registrar's Offices, Rheanna Plemons May 2014

Staff Perceptions Of Work-Environment Factors Affecting Morale In Southeastern Registrar's Offices, Rheanna Plemons

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Studies on morale are prevalent in industry, healthcare, and public educational systems. However, morale studies are limited within higher education and focusing on the support staff at universities. This qualitative study used focus groups to identify themes among support staff in selected Registrar’s Offices in the Southeastern region of the United States. Institutions were chosen based on comparable enrollments and similar organizational structure. The researcher asked participants to discuss their perceptions on current morale levels in the office and how different work responsibilities affect morale. In addition, participants were asked to discuss motivators used by leaders and whether those ...


Ua3/9/5 Islamic Center Of Bowling Green Open House, Wku President's Office May 2005

Ua3/9/5 Islamic Center Of Bowling Green Open House, Wku President's Office

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Speech delivered by WKU president Gary Ransdell at the Islamic Center of Bowling Green open house. He discusses the internationalization of Bowling Green.