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ERIC Number: ED013633
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Jun
Pages: 197
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ADMINISTERING THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN A CHANGING WORLD, PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL FOR EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION (9TH, BUFFALO, 1966). BUFFALO STUDIES.
HUNTER, PAULINE F.; MARTORANA, S.V.
THIS 1966 CONFERENCE EXPLORED THE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE TEACHING, RESEARCH, PLANNING, AND ADMINISTRATION IN THE JUNIOR COLLEGE. THE PRESENTATIONS INCLUDED (1) THE ROLE OF THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN FUTURE EDUCATION, (2) GENERAL SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND INDUSTRIAL CHANGES THAT AFFECT THE JUNIOR COLLEGES, (3) THE URBANIZATION OF SOCIETY, (4) DEVELOPMENTS IN ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC FINANCE, (5) OCCUPATIONAL CHANGES, (6) DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF EFFECTIVE CURRICULUMS, (7) THE NEED FOR RESPONSIVE ADMINISTRATORS, (8) THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF CONSTRUCTIVE FACULTY-ADMINISTRATOR RELATIONSHIPS, (9) AN INTERIM REPORT ON A TRANSFER-STUDENT STUDY, AND (10) ARTICULATION BETWEEN 2- AND 4-YEAR COLLEGES. SPECIAL ATTENTION WAS GIVEN TO THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE UNIVERSITY TO THE JUNIOR COLLEGE, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO (1) PREPARATION OF FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATORS, (2) PROGRAMS OF SERVICE AND ASSISTANCE, AND (3) RESEARCH PROGRAMS IN JUNIOR COLLEGE EDUCATION. (HH)
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Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Buffalo.; University Council for Educational Administration, Columbus, OH.
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