Beverly A. Blois PAGE program research C0122
Published by George Mason University Libraries
Beverly Blois is a specialist in education theory and practice. He earned a Ph.D. in higher education from George Mason University and has since built an active career in the field of education development, specializing in exchange programs between Russia and the United States. Since the 1980s Blois has played a leading role in promoting education development in northern Virginia's Loudoun County. In addition to being an active member of several education associations he founded the Moscow-Fairfax Business Exchange Project (1991) and co-founded the Virginia Council on International Education (1990) and the Loudoun Higher Education Consortium (1992). Blois is currently the Dean of Humanities at Northern Virginia Community College-Loudoun Campus and serves on the steering committee of the Virginia Community College System/Virginia Council on International Education exchange program.
Contains four boxes of research materials for Blois' 1987 dissertation on education, including audio cassettes of interviews with GMU faculty members and a first draft copy of his dissertation "The PAGE Program from Concept to Curriculum: George Mason University's Plan for Alternative General Education, 1981-1983."
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Special Collections and Archives holds the Plan for Alternative General Education records.
George Mason University. Plan for Alternative General Education.
Universities and colleges--Curricula--Virginia.
Beverly A. Blois PAGE program research papers, C0122, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University Libraries.
Collection donated by Beverly A. Blois.
Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. EAD markup completed by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty in August 2009.