Employment in Connecticut public institutions of higher education, 1979-1983
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Employment in Connecticut public institutions of higher education, 1979-1983 by Jennifer B. Presley

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Published by Board of Governors for Higher Education, Dept. of Higher Education, State of Connecticut in Hartford, Conn. (61 Woodland St., Hartford 06105) .
Written in English



  • Connecticut


  • Public universities and colleges -- Connecticut -- Employees -- Statistics.

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Edition Notes

Statement[Jennifer B. Presley and Persis C. Rickes].
SeriesReport ;, R-3-84, Report (Connecticut. Board of Governors for Higher Education) ;, R-3-84.
ContributionsRickes, Persis C.
LC ClassificationsLB2331.683.C8 P74 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3003470M
LC Control Number84622733

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