Doctor of Education (EdD)
Educational Administration and Higher Education
First Committee Member
Number of Pages
Personnel issues have always played an important part in any operation. There is no denying the fact that proper selection and placement of individuals could be the key to an organization's success. This study was made to compare the variables assessed and questions asked during final interviews to evaluate the candidates for open positions in the division of student affairs at all public land-grant institutions; The theoretical base for the study stressed the necessity of comparing applicants' abilities. Variables being considered during the interviews were categorized as job knowledge, professional attitude, personal qualities, interpersonal skills and miscellaneous. Using these variables as a guide a survey-questionnaire was constructed to collect data from the pre-determined population; Based on the content analysis of the data collected, a generic model of a set of interview questions was proposed which includes a total of 15 items.
Affairs; Analysis; Grant; Institutions; Interview; Interviews; Land; Personnel; Position; Questions; Students; Interviews
School management and organization; Education, Higher
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Chiang, Theresa Yi-Chin Tung, "Analysis of personnel interview questions for student affairs positions at land-grant institutions" (1989). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 2951.
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