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Abstract

This paper is divided into four areas. The first provides suggestions for the general orientation of the individual events program. The remaining areas focus on the three major functions of colleges and universities in the U.S. today: instruction, scholarship, and service. (Scholarship is approached as undergraduate scholarship, as another conference group is focusing on in individual events.) In each area, I suggest steps directors of individual events programs may take to become a more integral part of the academic communities in which their programs are housed. Those steps take the form of recommendations. Only two of the recommendations in this document call for action on the part of college/university administrations. The remainder may be implemented by faculty directing individual events programs.

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