How Are Transfer Students Perceived Selected References by K8R0b2R9

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									                                    Selected References
                          How Are Transfer Students Perceived?
         th
        8 Annual Conference of the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students
                                     January 29, 2010

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Presenter:
Karen B. Watson
watsonk@vt.edu
540-231-6770

								
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