Wood Science Curricula: A Plan For Improved Enrollment
Keywords:Education, Wood Science and Technology, enrollments, student recruiting
AbstractA marketing plan for increasing Wood Science and Technology enrollment at Michigan Technological University is outlined. Results of a direct mail campaign are given.
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