Professional papers, 1956-1992
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Scope and Content of the Series
Series II consists of the professional papers of Kathleen (Kay) Duncan Crouch. It is organized into 3 subseries:
Subseries A, Professional Education and Life, 1956-1991, tracks Crouch's own professional education through to her professional life and subsequent retirement. Included are materials relating to the planning and execution of her own education, (including correspondence between herself and academic institutions as well as her academic grades), and unbound copies of her masters thesis, "A Survey of Policies and Practices in Counseling Centers," and doctoral dissertation, "The Application of Group Counseling and Behavior Modification Procedures to Numbers Anixety in a College Population." This subseries is rounded out by Crouch's vitae, some professional correspondence, and materials relating to her retirement in 1985.
Subseries B, Awards and Citations, 1959-1987, consists of certificates and plaques awarded to Crouch throughout her career and at her retirement.
Many of the files in Subseries C, Subject Files, 1949-1983, consist of materials relating to contemporary emerging issues for women, such as assertiveness training, sex-role stereotyping, and grooming. Others include materials about teaching: Of particular note are those which cover curriculum planning, course testing, and study skills.
- Creation: 1956-1992
- From the Collection: Crouch, Kathleen Duncan, 1915-1998 (Person)
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research use.
From the Collection: 9 Linear Feet (in 17 boxes)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English