ERIC Number: ED035345
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Sep
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Internationalizing the U.S. Professional School.
Education and World Affairs, New York, NY.
This report was issued by Education and World Affairs (EWA), an organization created to study and assist in strengthening the international teaching, research and service dimensions of US colleges and universities. The report consists mainly of papers presented at conferences that EWA co-sponsored with universities in 1967-68. They are: 1) "General Education as a Basis for Citizenship and World Understanding" by John A. D. Cooper; 2) "The Challenge of World Affairs to American Higher Education" by John Caldwell; 3) "The University and World Affairs" by William Marvel; 4) "The Professional School and World Affairs" by John Timmons; 5) Adapting the Curriculum of the Professional School to Meet the Needs of Students for International Service" by Kathleen Rhodes; 6) "The Preparation of the Student" by E. Croft Long; 7) "Preparation of the Faculty for Training Programs in International Health" by John Cassel; 8) "The Professional School and World Affairs: Northwest Regional Conference" (report); "Education and World Affairs: Middle Atlantic Conference" (report); "The International Dimension of New England Professional Schools;" and "The Next Ten Years in Education for International Business" by Courtney C. Brown; and 9) "The Professional's Approach to Social Concerns at Home and Abroad" by Irwin Sanders. (DS)
Descriptors: Business Education, Curriculum, Health Education, Higher Education, International Education, International Programs, Professional Education, Social Problems, World Affairs, World Problems
Education and World Affairs, 522 5th Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10036
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Authoring Institution: Education and World Affairs, New York, NY.