ERIC Number: ED046332
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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Target for the 70's. Papers Presented at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
American Association of State Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC. Office of Information and Research.
The papers delivered at this meeting of the AASCU fell in the following categories: (1) Higher Education for the 70's, with a long paper by Paul Woodring, and brief statements by eight other speakers; (2) State Colleges and Universities in the 70's, with papers by E. Alden Dunham, "Colleges and the Forgotten Americans, A Profile of State Colleges and Regional Universities," and by Fred F. Harcleroad, "Historical Background, Current Status and Future Plans of the Developing State Colleges and Universities;" (3) The Black Student of the 70's, with two papers by Herman R. Branson and Gwen Patton and two brief statements by Ernest D. Mason and William B. Boyd; (4) New Ideas for the 70's, which included papers on resident colleges for individualized learning, preadmission programs for the academically deficient, new sources of private support, mobilizing alumni support, the common market plan for students in a state college, campus governance, and computer assisted instruction; (5) Urban Higher Education for the 70's, with papers by Richard C. Van Dusen, James A. Reid, James A. Hayes, and Carlisle Parker; (6) International Education for the 70's, with a paper by William Martin; and (7) The School, the Scholar and Society, with a paper by O. Meredith Wilson. (AF)
Descriptors: Black Students, Disadvantaged Youth, Educational Innovation, Governance, Higher Education, International Education, State Colleges, State Universities, Student Participation, Urban Education
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Authoring Institution: American Association of State Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC. Office of Information and Research.