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BOOKS AVAILABLE FROM OUR OFFICE
(Revised - 2002)

Note:  Materials can only be checked out to UW-Green Bay students and staff.

AIDS
    AIDS on the College Campus edited by Richard Keeling. American College Health Association, 1989.

    AIDS on Campus: A Legal Compendium edited by Leslie Chambers Strohm. National Association of College and University Attorneys, 1991. 518p. ***Includes a nine-page attachment updating page 145 of the book, entitled Recommendations.
ALCOHOL
    Alcohol and Drugs on American College Campuses by C.A. Presley, P.W. Meilman, and R. Lyerla. Core Institute, Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Studies, Student Health Program, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL 62901, 1993.

    Alcohol in America: Taking Action to Prevent Abuse by Steve Olson in collaboration with Dean R. Gerstein. National Academy Press: Washington, D.C., 1985. ISBN: 0-309-03449-3

    Beer and Circus: How Big-time College Sports is Crippling Undergraduate Education by Murrary Sperber.  Henry Holt and Company, 115 West 18th street, New York, NY 1001, 2000

    Faculty Member’s Handbook: Strategies for Preventing Alcohol and Other Drug Problems by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. NCADI, Dept C, PO Box 2345, Rockville, MD 20852, 1991. DHHS Pub No (ADM) 91-1843 1-800-487-1447

    On-Campus...Talking About Alcohol, a risk reduction program from the Prevention Research Institute.  Developed by Ray Daugherty and Terry O'Bryan.  Prevention Research Institute, 841 Corporate Drive, Suite 300, Lexington, KY 40503.  (606) 223-3392.  1993. (2 copies)

    Program Administrator's Handbook: Strategies for Preventing Alcohol and Other Drug Programs by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Notation Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information, Dept C, P.O. box 2345, Rockvill, MD 20852, 1991.  DHHS Pub. No (ADM) 91-1844 (800) 487-1447

    The Substance Abuse Problems by Sidney Cohen. The Haworth Press, New York, 1981. ISBN: 0-917724-18-6 (pbk) 0-917724-22-4.
CAMPUS CRIME, SECURITY
    Campuses Respond to Violent Tragedy by Dorothy Siegel. This book offers constructive advice and valuable insight to prepare those who will have to make decisions under great stress. 270p.

    Coping with the Disruptive College Student: A Practical Model by Gerald Amada, Ph.D. College Administration Publications. Concise and Comprehensive answers to questions regarding key factors in a difficult and growing campus-wide problem.

    Cultism on Campus: Commentaries and Guidelines for College and Univ. Administrators edt. by Robert Schecter and Wendy Noyes.  the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Inc., 1987.  ISBN: 0-931337-01-1

    Dealing with Campus Crime: Alcoholism and drug abuse, second edition, 1994. Rusting Publications.

    A Guide to Knowing Gangs and Gang Signs in the Green Bay Area Prepared by John Toonen, Liaison Officer, Brown County Sheriff’s Department. Illustrated, includes terminology and identifiers.
CAREER COUNSELING AND PLACEMENT
    Major in Success: Make College Easier, Beat the System, and Get a Very Cool Job by Patrick Combs. Ten Speed Press, PO Box 7123, Berkeley, CA 94707, 1994. ISBN: 0-89815-609-2
CUSTOMER SERVICES
    Care Packages for the Workplace. By: Barbra A. Clanz. Published by McGraw-Hill. 1996. Provides the hard at work with dozens of simple "brighten up your day" ideas. Filled with motivation that will enliven communication, increase employee appreciation, and add more fun to the place where people spend most of their waking hours.

    The Customer Communicator: University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. (black binder)

    How You Do Anything is How You Do Everything: A Workbook. By: Cheri Hubner and June Shiver. Published by Keep it Simple Books. 1988, received, 2000.

    Living Juicy: Daily Morsels for Your Creative Soul by SARK. Published by Celestial Arts Berkeley California; ISBN: 0-89087-703-3 Paperback (1994). SARK gives us the juice to nourish our creative souls with this map and miniature guidebook.

    Making Choices by Alexandra Stoddard. Published by William Morrow and Company, Inc. 1994. Anecdotes and personal experiences highlight advice on trusting one's self, making difficult choices in a responsible way, and finding inner security.

    The Pursuit of WOW: Every Person's Guide to Toptsy-Turvy Times. By: Tom Peters. Published by Vintage Books, division of Random House. 1994. Stimulates the corporate thought process. Has the best of his columns includes questions and rebuttals that come from readers and listeners, as well as his own candid responses.

    The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth. By: M. Scott Peck, M.D. Published by Simon and Schuster. 1998. Experience the journey to strength, confidence, happiness, fulfillment and self-understanding.

    Service-Learning in Higher Education: Concepts and Practices by Barbara Jacoby and Associates. Published by Jossey-Bass Inc., P.O. Box 70624, Chicago, IL 60673-0624, 1996. ($32.95)
DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT, CULTURAL DIFFERENCES
    Achieving Quality and Diversity: universities in a multicultural society by Richard C. Richardson, Jr. and Elizabeth Fisk Skinner. Published by the American Council of Education and Macmillan Publishing Co. Purchased by Collegiate Conferences, Inc.,4200 Univ. Ave., Suite 2000, Madison, WI 53705-2159. 1991.

    Dealing with Campus Racism and Bigotry published by Rusting Publications, 402 Main St., P. O. Box 190, Port Washington, NY 11050. Fax (516) 883-1683. 75p.

    The Dismissal of Students with Mental Disorders: Legal Issues, Policy Considerations and Alternative Responses by Gary Pavela. College Administration Publications, Inc., 1985 (Two Copies) ISBN: 0-912557-01-X

    From Survival to Success: Promoting Minority Student Retention edt. by M. Terrell and D. Wright. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Inc., 1988.

    Get Smart! What You Should Know (But Won’t Learn in Class) About Sexual Harassment and Sex Discrimination by Montana Katz and Veronica Vieland. (1993)

    How to Conduct a Sexual Harassment Investigation by E.K. Cole & T.P. Hustoles. National Association of College & University Attorneys: One Dupont Circles, N.W., Suite 620, Washington, D.C. 20036, (202) 883-8390. ISBN:none-brochure (Filed in overhead bin in office)

    The Second Handbook of Minority Student Services. Everything you need to set up effective programs for Minority students on your campus. Edited by Charles A. Taylor. Published by Praxis Publications Inc. 2215 Atwood Ave., Madison, WI 53704. Purchased by Collegiate Conferences, Inc., 4200 Univ. Ave., Suite 2000, Madison, WI 53705-2159. 1990.
GENERAL TOPICS, MISCELLANEOUS
    Advice from the Dean, by James S. Tederman. A personal perspective on the philosophy, roles and approaches of a Dean at a small, private, liberal art college, NASPA 1875 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 418, Washington D.C. 20009-5758, c1997.

    Assessment in Practice Banta et.al. Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Fransisco. 1996. ISBN: 0-7879-0134-2

    A Manual for Group facilitators by B Auvine, B. Densmore, M. Extrom, S Poole, and M Shanklin. The Center for Conflict Resolution, 731 State Street, Madison, WI 53703, 1978. ISBN: 0-941492-00-1

    Campus Life: In search of Community edt. by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1990. ISBN: 0-931050-38-3

    The Eagle and the Monk: Seven Principles of Success

    The Effective educational Secretary, by Jean L. Priest. Published by ECT Publication, 18512 Terrace Homewood, IL 60430, 1975.

    Left Behind; A Mother’s Grief, by Carol Kifer. Published by PAZ Publications, P. O. Box 16 St. Olaf, Iowa 52072, ISBN: 0-9666014-0-8, 1999. (Paperback, $12.95)

    Linking Theory to Practice: Case Studies for Working With College Students by Frances K. Stage and Associates. Accelerated Development Inc. Publishers, 3808 West Kilgore Ave., Muncie, IN 47304-4896 (1-800-222-1166)

    Managing to Have Fun. By: Matt Weinstein. Published by Simon and Schuster. 1997.

    A Manual for Group Facilitators by B. Auvine, B. Densmore, M. Extrom, S. Poole, and M. Shanklin. The Center for Conflict Resolution, 731 State Street, Madison, WI 53703, 1978. ISBN: 0-941492-00-1

    Mastering the SAS System by Jay A. Jaffe. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1994. ISBN: 0-442-01295-0

    The Metaphoric Mind: A Celebration of Creative Consciousness by Bob Samples. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1976. ISBN: 0-201-060706-4

    Pieces of Eight: The Rites, Roles, and Styles of the Dean By Eight Who Have Been There by J.R. Appleton, C.M. Briggs, and J.J. Rhatigan. NASPA Institute of Research and Development. national Association of Student Personnel Administrators, PO Box 751, Portland, Oregon 97207, 1978. ISBN: 0-931654-00-9

    Points of View National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Inc., 1989.

    Presidential Leadership: Making a Difference by James L. Fisher and James V. Koch. Oryx Press, 451 Blackhawk Trail, Suite 300, Eldridge, IA 52748 ($38.45)

    The Successful College Athletic Program by J.R. Gerdy American Council on Education & Oryx Press, Phoenix, AZ 1997. ESBN: 1-57356-109-6.

    The Thin Book of Appreciative Inquiry, by Sue Annis Hammond. Published by Thin Book Publishing Co., www.thinbook.com, P.O. Box 260608 Plano, TX 75026-0608, 888-316-9544, ISBN:0-9665373-1-9, November 1998, 2nd Edition.

    Beginning Your Journey by Marilyn J. Amey and Lori M. Ressor, editors. Published by NASPA Monogragh 21, ISBN: 0-931654-25-4, 1998.

    The Thin Book of 360 Feedback; A Manager’s Guide, by Michelle LeDuff Collins, Ph. D. Published by Thin Book Publishing Co., P. O. Box 260608 Plano, TX 75026-0608, 888-316-9544, ISBN: 0-966537327, August 2000. (Paperback, $10.95).

    301 Ways to Have Fun at Work by Dave Hemsath and Leslie Yerkes. Published by Berrett- Koehler Published Paperback (1997). Featuring ideas generated by companies around the world that have successfully instilled fun into the workplace, this is a complete resource anyone can use to create a dynamic workplace.

    University of Wisconsin-Green Bay: From the Beginning, By Brown, Betty D. University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311, ISBN: 0-9702129-0-9, 2000.
HEALTH AND COUNSELING
    Big Questions, Worthy Dreams: Mentoring Young Adults in Their Search for Meaning, Purpose, and Faith by Sharon Parks. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass. 2000. 261 pages.

    Counseling Techniques That Work by Dr. W. W. Dyer, and Dr. J. Vriend. Funk and Wagnalls, NY. Amer. Personnel and Guidance Association, 1977. ISBN: 0-308-10300-9

    High Level Wellness: An Alternative to Doctors, Drugs, and Disease by D. B. Ardell. Rodale Press, Emmaus, PA, 1977. ISBN: 0-87857-194-9
HIGHER EDUCATION
    Paradigm Shift:  Market Research for Public Higher Education:  From Anecdote to Action by Susan Keihn, Deborah Olsen, and Kathleen R. Sell.  Society for College and University Planning.  Hyatt Regency, Vancouver. July 18-22, 1998.

    A Study of the UW System in the 21st Century:  A Final Report by the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents.  June 1996

    University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Executive Summary:  Institutional Self-Study Report, Ten-Year Review.  Prepared for the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.  November 10-12, 1997.

    University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Institutional Self-Study Report, Ten-Year Review.  Prepared for the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.  November 10-12, 1997.

    University of Wisconsin-Green Bay 1997-1998 Marketing Plan by Myron Van deVen. Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Service, Office of Admission.

    UW-Green Bay 1996-1997 Marketing Plan by Myron Van deVen. Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Service, Office of Admission.
MOTIVATIONAL
    Energizers for Training and Conferences by John E. Jones, Ph.D. and William L. Bearley, Ph.D.

    Enhancing Self-Esteem, second edition, by Drs. Diane Frey and C. Jesse Carlock. Accelerated Development Inc., 3400 Kilgore Ave., Muncie, IN 47304. (317)284-7511. Order #1-800-222-1166. 1989.
RAPE, SEXUAL ASSAULT, AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
    Acquaintance Rape on Campus: A model for institutional response by Philip Burling. Published by national Association of College and University Attorneys, Suite 620, One Dupont Circle, NW, Washington, D. C. 20036, 1993.

    Men Can Stop Rape: A Rape Education Curriculum Guide for Men Prepared by Michael Scarce and The Ohio State University Rape Education and Prevention Program, 1995.
FOCUS (ORIENTATION)
(Additional materials under Organization and Team Management)
    Been There Should’ve Done That: 505 Tips for Making the Most of College by Suzette Tyler. Front Porch Press, Haslett, MI, 1977. ISBN: 0-965086-4-6

    Letting Go: A Parents' Guide to Today's College Experience by Karen Levin Coburn and Madge Lawrence Treeger, published by Adler & Adler, Bethesda, Maryland 20814, c1992.

    Parents Programs: How to Put Together Lasting Ties by Larry J Weiss, 1989.

    What Matters in College by A.W. Astin. Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Fransisco. 1993 ISBN: 0-7879-0838-X

    When Kids Go To College: A Parent's Guide to Changing Relationships by Barbara M. Newman and Philip R. Newman. Published by the Ohio State University Press. 1992.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
    The Student’s Role in College Policy-Making by American Council on Education. American Council on Education, 1957.
STUDENT LEARNING
    Academic Advising for Student Success a System of Shared Responsibility by Susan Frost. Published by Ashe-Eric Higher Education Reports; ISBN: 1-878380-060 Paperback (June 1992).

    Academic Integrity Matters by D. D. Burnett, L. Rudolf, K.O. Clifford. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Inc. NASPA, 1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 418, Washington, D.C. 20009-5728 (1998) ISBN: 0-931654-23-8

    The Confident Student by Carol C. Kanar. Houghton Mifflin Company, One Beacon St., Boston, Massachusetts 02108. 437 p. 1991.

    A Culture for Academic Excellence by Fred J. Klugman, M., Fife, J., 1997. ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report, Vol. 25, No. 1. Washington, D.C.: The George Washington University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development. ISBN: 1-878-380-73-7

    Directory of Graduate Programs preparing Student Affairs Professionals by Commission XII: Graduate Preparation. American College Personal Association, One Dupont Circle, Suite 300, Washington, D.C. 20036. 2000.

    Education by Design: Creating Campus Learning Environment That Works. By C. Carney Strange and James H. Banning. Published by Jossey-Bass Inc., 350 Sansome Street, San Fransisco, CA 94104. 2001.

    Encouraging the Heart: A Leader’s Guide to Rewarding and Recognizing Others by James M. Kouzes, Barry Z. Posner. Published by Jossey-Bass Inc. P. O. Box 70624 Chicago, IL  60673-0624 December 1998. Reveals how true leaders encourage and motivate those with whom they work by helping them find their voice and making them feel like heroes.

    Enhancing Student Learning: Intellectual, Social and Emotional Integration by Patrick G. Love and Anne Goodsell Love. 1995 Report Four. Published by CASHE-ERIC Higher Education Reports, One Dupont Circle., Suite 630, Washington, D. C. 20036-1183 (202) 296-2597.

    Fables, Labels, and Folding Tables: Reflections on the Student Affairs Profession by Randy L. Mitchell. Published by Atwood Publishing ISBN: 1-891859-27-7 March 1999.

    Forms of Intellectual and Ethical Development in the College Years: A Scheme by W. Perry, Jr. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Inc., 1970. ISBN: 03-081326-3

    How College Affects Students: Findings and Insights from Twenty Years of Research by E.T. Pascarella and P.T. Terencini. Jossey-Bass Publishers, 350 Sansome St, San Francisco, CA, 94104, 1991. ISBN: 1-55542-304-3, (pbk) 1-55542-338-8

    Journal of College Student Development by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). January/February 2001, May/June 2001, July/August 2001, September/October 2001, November/December 2001, January/February 2002.

    Making the Most of College: Students Speak their Minds by Richard J. Light. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 2001. Offers advice and insight into how students might best benefit their college years. ISBN: 0-674-00478-7

    Power Partnership-A Shared Responsibility For Learning. This report is by ACPA, NASPA, and AAHE. 2000.

    Running Microsoft Outlook 98 by Alan Neibauer. Published by Microsoft Press, ISBN: 1-57231-840-6, 1998.

    Self-Directed Growth by Douglas L. Robertson, PhD. Accelerated Development Inc., 3400 Kilgore Ave., Muncie, IN 47304. (317)284-7511. 1998.

    Promoting Values Development In College Students edt. by J. Dalton. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Inc., 1985. ISBN: 0-931654-04-1

    Realizing the Educational Potential of Residence Halls by C.C. Shroeder, P. Mable, and Associates. Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, 1994. ISBN: 0-7879-0018-4

    Student Development and Education In College Residence Halls edt. by D.A. DeCoster and P. Mable. American College Personnel Association, 1984.

    The Student/ The College/ The Law by W. O’Hara and J. Hill, jr. Teachers College Press, Columbia Univ., 1972.

    Student Tracking: New Techniques, New Demands edt. by P.T. Ewell. Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, 1995. ISBN: 0-7879-9943-1

    When Dreams and Heroes Died: A Portrait of Today’s College Student by A. Levine. Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1980. ISBN: 0-87589-481-X

    Strategic Planning in Student Affairs A report of the University of Wisconsin System Steering Committee on Strategic Planning in Student Affairs. Published by the University of Wisconsin System Administration Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs. October 1991.

    Working Smarter with Microsoft Word: University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. (black binder)
STUDENT SERVICES
    Beginning Your Journey: A Guide for New Professionals in Student Affairs edt. By Marilyn J. Amey and Lori M. Reesor. 1998. ISBN: 0-931654-25-4

    Creating Campus Community: In Search of Ernest Boyer's Legacy. By William M. McDonald and Associates. 2002. ISBN: 0-7879-5700-3

    Emblems of Quality in Higher Education: Developing and Sustaining High-Quality Programs by Jennifer Grant Haworth and Clifton F. Conrad.  Published by Allyn & Bacon (1997).  ISBN 0-205-19546-6.

    The Goal: A Process of ongoing Improvement by Eliyahu M. Goldratt and Jeff Cox. Published by The North River Press Publishing Corporation P.O. Box 567, Great Barrington, MA 01230; INBS: 088427-061-0. Paperback (1992)

    The Handbook of Student Affairs Administration by Margaret J. Barr, Mary K. Desler, and Associates. Published by Jossey-Bass Publishers, 350 Sansome Street, San Franciso, California 94104; INBS: 0-7879-4720-2. 2000.

    Improving Staffing Practices in Student Affairs by Roger B. Winston, Jr. and Don G. Creamer. Jossey-Bass Publishers, 350 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA 94104. 1997

    The Invisible Leaders: Student Affairs Mid-Managers edt. by R.B. Young. National Association of Personnel Administrators, Inc., 1990. ISBN: 0-931654-13-0

    A Legal Guide for Student Affairs Professionals by W.A. Kaplin, and B.A.Lee.  Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco.  1997. ISBN:  0-7879-0862-2

    Managing Student Affairs Programs: Methods, Models, and Muddles by William L. Deegan. Published by ETC Publication. 1981.

    Mountains and Passes: Traversing the Landscape of Ethics and Student Affairs Administration by Patricia M. Lampkin and Elizabeth M. Gibson. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.  1999

    New Directions for Student Services:  Consumers, Adversaries, and Partners:  Working with the Families of Undergraduates edt by Bonnie V. Daniel and B. Ross Scott.  Published quarterly by Jossey-Bass, 350 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA, 94104-1342.  Shows the benefits of engaging and embracing the family members of college students.

    New Directions for Student Services:  Developing External Partnerships for Cost-Effective, Enhanced Service edt by Larry H. Dietz and Ernest Enchelmayer. Published Quarterly by Jossey-Bass, 350 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA, 94104-1342.

    New Directions for Student Services:  The Implications of Student Spirituality for Student Affairs Practice edt by Margaret A. Jablonski.  Published quarterly by Jossey-Bass, 350 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA, 94104-1342.  Offers dialogue, information, and guidance toward student affairs professionals as to the role spirituality may play into the development and overall experiences of college students. ISBN:  0-7879-5787-9

    New Directions for Student Services: Making Enrollment Management Work edt. by Rebecca Dixon.  Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, 1995.  ISBN: 0-7879-9987-8

    New Directions for Student Services:  Student Affairs Research, Evaluation, and Assessment:  Structure and Practice in an Era of Change. edt. by Gary D. Malaney.  Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, CA  94103-1741.  1999. ISBN: 0-7879-4216-2

    New Directions for Student Services:  Working with Asian American College Students edt. By Elizabeth Whitt.  Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, CA 94103-1741. 2002. ISBN: 0-7879-6292-9

    ning for Student Services: Best Practices for the 21st Century.

    The New Professional: A Resource Guide for New Student Affairs Professionals and Their Supervisors edt. by D. Coleman and J. Jackson. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, 1990. ISBN: 0-931654-12-2

    Puzzles and Pieces in Wonderland: The Promise and Practice of Student Affairs Research edt. by K.J. Beeler, and D.E. Hunter. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Inc., 1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 418, Washington, D.C. 20009-5728, # 202-265-7500, 1991. ISBN: 0-931654-16-5

    RCMS 1996 by Regional Center for Math and Science program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Includes separate newsletter February 1997: RCMS Transactions, Volume 6, Issue 2.

    Student Affairs and Campus Dissent: Reflection of the Past and Challenges for the Future edt. by Keith Miser. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Inc., 1988.

    Student Services: A Handbook for the Profession, 2nd edition, by Ursula Delworth, Gary R. Hanson and Associates. Provides comprehensive information to plan, coordinate, deliver and evaluate student services programs. Includes new chapters covering legal issues, ethics, standards and outcomes assessment.

    Understanding the Role of Academic and Student Affairs Collaboration in Creating a Successful Learning Environment.  By Adrianna Kezar, Deborah H. Hirsch, and Cathy Burack.  2001.  ISBN: 0-7879-5784-4

VIDEO MATERIALS AVAILABLE FROM OUR OFFICE
(Revised - 1999)

Note:  Materials can only be checked out to UW-Green Bay students and staff.

AIDS
    Aids: A Decision for Life by Intermedia. Discussion guide available. Video - 20 min.
ALCOHOL
    Alcohol: A Special Report Via Satellite. Video (1988) - 2 tapes.

    Responsible Drinking - Banned: Creating Safer College Communities by the Int'l Telecommunications Group, Inc. Video - 2 hours.
CAMPUS CRIME/SECURITY
    Campus Crime: Be Aware by the NBC Today Show. Printed materials available: Campus Crime Fight Back Important Questions You Should Ask) and Suggested Student Questionnaire (after viewing tape). Video - 20 min.

    Campus Rape produced by the Rape Treatment Center, Santa Monica Hospital Medical Center, Santa Monica, CA. Printed materials available (11 books): Sexual Assault on Campus: What Colleges Can Do. Video (1990) - 21 min.

    Campus Response to Racial Harassment and Intimidation. Videos (1990) - 25 min. - 2 tapes.

    Campus Security: Effective Approaches to Campus Security. Videos (1990) - 2 tapes.

    Crisis on Campus: Trauma & Recovery: Teleconference meeting at St. Norbert College. Effective Approaches to Campus Security. Videos (1990) - 2 tapes.

    It Could Never Happen to Me: Preventing Campus Crime. (also see Rape/Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence)

    Not a Sanctuary (Campus Security) produced by Instructional Media Resources, University of Maryland. Video - 17 min.

    Responsible Drinking - Banned: Creating Safer College Communities by Int'l Telecommunications Group, Inc., Washington, D.C. Video - 2 hours
CULTS
    Cults: Saying No Under Pressure by Inservice Video Network/ICEP. Discussion Guide and Resource List Available. Video - 29 min.
DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT, CULTURAL DIFFERENCES
    A.C.T. for Equal Treatment produced by Northern Illinois University's Division of Media Services, Dekalb, IL. Video - 11 min.

    Campus Response to Racial Harassment and Intimidation. Videos (1990) - 25 min. - 2 tapes.

    Cultural Pursuit, game. Patricia Rollins Trosclair, Assistant to the Dean of Students, Multicultural Students, Skidmore College, Saratoga springs, NY 12866 ($4). Contents: Memo from Patricia Rollins, AEducating for the 21st Century@ Article (2 copies), Originals for Transparencies (cover + 10 pages), Cheat Sheets for Peer Facilitators (4 pages), Cultural Pursuit game sheet. Kit.

    People are People (Take Two Presents). A video and binder on peer harassment on the following topics: Alcohol and Substance Abuse, The Physically Challenged, Racism, Heterosexism/Homophobia, Acquaintance Rape, Sexism. Video is approx. 48 min.

    Read My Lips published by Moorhead Kennedy Group, New York. Available fro Pyramid Media, p. O. Box 1048, Santa Monica, CA 90406 (800) 421-2304. Video (1996) - 7 min. and Facilitator Manual (30 pages).

    We Can Get Along: A Blueprint for Campus Unity presented by Black Issues in Higher Education Teleconference. 2 hours.
GENERAL TOPICS, MISCELLANEOUS
    The Emerald City - Advance: Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce. Video - 7/28/95.

    Look Who's Coming to College: A New Understanding of Today's Students, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Teleconference, October 26, 1994. 2-hour video, folder of materials: participant's guide, statistical report, excerpts from published sources, 12 handouts.

    Maintaining our Global Competitiveness in a Changing World. 77th Annual ICMA Conference/Dr. Lester Thurow.

    NCAA Parking Lot Celebration, 1994 - Video.

    Retirement Party for Jerry Olson, Barbara Mommaerts and Allan Hartley in the Phoenix Room, UWGB, on April 17, 1996.

    "Your Student's First Year" published by Britt Andriatta, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara. Includes: an instructional handout, 1998-99 parent handbook, video.
HEALTH AND COUNSELING
    Condom-Eze: A User's Guide by Intermedia. Viewing level: grade 9-adult. 5 minute video.
MOTIVATIONAL
    Welcome to the time of Your Life by Will Keim. Motivational video for student involvement and to get most out of college experience.
ORGANIZATION AND TEAM MANAGEMENT
(requires the Dean's approval to use)
    Black Bear Team Adventure Facilitator Guide (only) by Bradford Glaser. Designed for experienced work teams or intermediate-level management teams for improvement in training, and management development. This Smokey Mountain Black Bear attacked group leader and group decides on strategy to save leader's life.

    Jungle Escape Team Adventure by Dr. Rollin Glaser and Christine Glaser. This is an exercise of interpersonal and group processing skills. Requires cooperation in building a helicopter out of plastic model parts providing practice in planning and organizing. Requires 1 2 to 2 hours to complete. Kit contains 3 boxes of plastic parts for helicopters, 1 facilitator guide, 12 team guides, 15 buttons, 1 audio-cassette tape (22:53 min. running time).

    Marooned Team Adventure Facilitator Guide (only) by Dr. Rollin Glazer and Christine Glazer. A shipwreck forces team to rank ten imaginative courses of action. Requires about one hour.

    Outback! Team Adventure Facilitator Guide (only) by Dr. Roblin Glazer and Christine Glazer. This Australian Outback adventure facilitates team discussions and utilizes skills such as problem solving, decision making, team leadership, communication and synergy. Requires approx. 2 hours to complete.

    Swamped! Team Adventure Facilitator Guide (only) by Dr. Roblin Glazer and James Redcap. A Boundary Waters Canoe Area adventure to use "for diagnosing and building team-work synergy". Guide contains background information, expert ranking and rationale and instructions. Requires just over one hour.

    Vacation in the Keys Team Adventure Facilitator Guide (only) by Dr. Rollin Glaser and Christine Glaser. Lost in the Florida Keys following a boat explosion, the group ranks 15 salvageable items for survival. Requires approximately 2 hours.
RAPE, SEXUAL ASSAULT, AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
    Against Her Will by Lifetime Television. Video (1989) - 45 min.

    Betrayal of Trust: The Experience of Date Rape. Video presentation by the students at UWGB Ecumenical Center. Video (1990) - 30 min. (2 copies).

    Betrayal of Trust: The Experience of Date Rape. Video presentation by the students at UWGB Ecumenical Center. Video (1991).

    Campus Rape produced by the Rape Treatment Center, Santa Monica Hospital Medical Center, Santa Monica, California. Printed Materials Available (11 books): Sexual Assault on Campus: What Colleges Can Do. Video (1990) - 21 min.

    Drawing the Shades - a guide for educators. Includes a manual (with script and guidelines) and two disks (with slide images). A script for a skit intending to show rape as a serious crime. Manual and two disks (1993).

    It Could Never Happen to Me: Preventing Campus Crime. Sponsored by American Express/West Glen Communications. Available: 1 Guide and 52 Crime Tip Sheets. Video.

    Love in a pumpkin shell: date violence, a 30 minute video directed by Eileen Littig and an accompanying 25 page teacher's guide compiled, written and created by Cynthia Seidl Witt. UW-Green Bay NEWIST.

    Playing the Game (Date/Acquaintance Rape) by Intermedia. Discussion Guide Available. Video - 16 min.

    Rape Aftermath: How Can I Help Her? produced by St. Vincent. WomanCare, Toledo, Ohio. Video (1988) - 34 min.
SELF-DEFENSE
    Petitjean's Prokarate (Self-Defense Clinic). Video (1992).
FOCUS (ORIENTATION)
(Additional materials under Organization and Team Management)
    Bill Donawho Show (SOAR Program) - UWGB. Video (1995).

    Bill Donawho Show (SOAR Program) - UWGB. Video (1994) - 60 min.

    Bill Donawho Show (SOAR Program) - UWGB. Video (1993) - 61 min.

    Bill Donawho Show (SOAR Program) - UWGB. Video (1992) - 70 min. (2 copies).

    Take Charge (SOAR Program) - UWGB. Video (1991) - 11:50.

    The UW-Green Bay Experience. Prepared by the Office of Admissions and Orientation. Video (1996) - 11 min.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
    Creating Effective Student Government. Audio Cassette Tape.

    The Dollars and Sense in Student Government. Audio Cassette Tape.

    Goal Setting Made Easy. Audio Cassette Tape.

    Organizational Management. Audio Cassette Tape.

    What's Right? Ethical Dilemma in Student Government. Audio Cassette Tape.
STUDENT LEARNING
    Focus on Student Learning: Imperatives for Student Affairs, American College Personnel Association Teleconference, September 30, 1994. (2 hours)
STUDENT SERVICES
    Student Affairs: a historical perspective & a view of the future, Part 1 & 2. Color Dub Recorded, 5-5-87. Part 1 - 1 hour, 25 minutes; Part 2 - 1 hour, 38 minutes. 2 videos.

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