Increasing Community and Success in Advising Units by Conducting Effective Meetings

Authors

  • Jeffrey McClellan Frostburg State University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26209/mj1461299

Keywords:

advising, effective meetings

Abstract

No Abstract Provided.

Author Biography

Jeffrey McClellan, Frostburg State University

Jeffrey L. McClellan is an associate professor of management at Frostburg State University. He can be reached at jlmcclellan@frostburg.edu.

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