Richard J. Light

Richard J. Light is Professor in the Graduate School of Education and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

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Cover: Making the Most of College: Students Speak Their MindsMaking the Most of College: Students Speak Their MindsLight, Richard J.PAPERBACK05/30/2004$20.00
Cover: Making the Most of College: Students Speak Their MindsMaking the Most of College: Students Speak Their MindsLight, Richard J.HARDCOVER03/19/2001$42.00
Cover: By Design: Planning Research on Higher EducationBy Design: Planning Research on Higher EducationLight, Richard J.
Singer, Judith D.
Willett, John B.
PAPERBACK03/01/1990$36.00
Cover: Summing Up: The Science of Reviewing ResearchSumming Up: The Science of Reviewing ResearchLight, Richard J.
Pillemer, David B.
PAPERBACK10/15/1984$35.50
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