Kenneth W. Kelley papers

Summary Information

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Kelley, Kenneth W.
Kenneth W. Kelley papers
Date [inclusive]
1989 - 1994
4.0 folders

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item] in the Kenneth W. Kelley papers, MSS-182, Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives, Northern Michigan University.

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Biographical note

Kenneth W. Kelley was a faculty member in the Department of Sociology and Social Work at Northern Michigan University. He retired from NMU in 1997.

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Scope and Contents Note

This collection consists of three papers written and delivered by Kelley at professional conferences. One paper is from a 1989 conference in Chicago, Illinois, and two are from a 1994 conference in Castleton, Vermont. The collection also includes a student guide to SW 280, Introduction to Social Work Field Experience.

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Arrangement note

By subject.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

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Revision Description


Conditions Governing Access note

No restrictions. Open for research.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Northern Michigan University--Curricula.
  • Northern Michigan University--Faculty.
  • Northern Michigan University. Dept. of Sociology and Social Work.


  • Social work education--Study and teaching--Michigan--Curricula.

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Collection Inventory

Box 1 Professional Papers 


Council on Social Work Education--"Seeking a Full Partnership: The Role of A Community Advisory Committee with a Rural BSW Program," by Manfred Tatzmann and Kenneth W. Kelley, 1989 

Nineteenth Annual Institute on Social Work and Human Services in Rural Areas--"Building a Children's Service: A Key to Effective Rural Service," by Kenneth W. Kelley, 1994 

SW 280 Introductory Social Work Field Experience--"A Student and Field Instructor's Guide" 

Teaching Minority Content: A Community Based Model 1994 

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