All dissertations completed at Western Michigan University are entered into ScholarWorks. Some may be embargoed or restricted by the authors and may be only available from on-campus computers. Print copies are available through interlibrary loan for dissertations before 2013. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
This department was called Educational Leadership until around 2000. Then departmental responsibilities were redistributed between Educational Studies and Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, both active until 2007. This list includes dissertations from all three of those earlier departments.
Dissertations from 1971
Adult Participation in Program Planning, Paul David McLoughlin
The Scope of Community Services Programming in Michigan Public Community Colleges, Michael Howard Parsons
A Study of Factors Related to Student Ratings of Teachers, Dale Thomas Wilson
Dissertations from 1970
What Does the Public Library User Really Want?: The Accuracy of Library Personnel, Library Educators, and Library Board Members in Perceiving the Library-Related Wants of Public Library Patrons, Mark L. Crum Jr.
A Study of Patron Opinions toward a Public School System, Robert James Davis
In-Service Education: An Evaluation of Title III Project Epic, Patricia M. Skrocki
Application of Herzberg's Dual-Factor Theory to Faculty Members in a University, Lloyd George Swierenga
Perceptions of Beginning and Experienced Teachers in Inner-City and Suburban Elementary Schools, Michael Frederick Tobin
A Study of Factors Related to Student Ratings of College Instructors, Ronald M. Wolthuis