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Sharon E. Rosenkoetter Papers, 2002-2009

Sharon Rosenkoetter (middle row, right, in red and white checked shirt) with students involved in the Rural Links project, circa 2001.

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MSS Rosenkoetter

The Sharon E. Rosenkoetter Papers document Rosenkoetter's research in early childhood development, especially transition planning between settings for children with special needs and leadership development to promote quality services across early childhood agencies and disciplines. Sharon E. Rosenkoetter was an Associate Professor in Human Development and Family Sciences at Oregon State University from 1999 until her retirement in 2010.

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3 cubic feet, including 3 photographs; 3 boxes

Related Papers

Materials documenting research and teaching in child development are available in the College of Home Economics and Education (RG 141) and the Human Development and Family Sciences Department (RG 085) Records. Resources pertaining to teacher training are part of the School of Education Records (RG 184) and the papers of Jean Moule (MSS Moule) and E. Wayne Courtney (MSS Courtney).

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