ERIC Number: ED053671
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Reference Count: 0
Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the Association of Graduate Schools in the Association of American Universities (22nd, Montreal, October 22-23, 1970).
Albrecht, W. P., Ed.
The addresses and committee reports presented at the meeting of the Association of Graduate Schools include: (1) an editorial by W. Donald Cooke on the confusion over the direction graduate education should be taking; (2) a report by the President, Bryce Crawford, who feels that graduate admission must be highly selective and graduate instruction should remain at a high, "undiluted" level; (3) a report by the Committees on Federal Relations and on Communications with the Public; (4) reports of panel discussions on teaching assistants and on changes needed in graduate education; (5) reports of roundtable discussions on: the Doctor of Arts degree, post-baccalaureate education, minority group students, student financial aid and Federal support, employment of Ph.D's, and financial and academic aspects of the teaching assistant; and (6) reports of the Committees on Testing, Membership, International Education, Computers in Graduate Education, and Policies in Graduate Education. The remainder of the Proceedings is devoted to Association business, and lists the Deans and mailing addresses of member institutions. (AF)
Descriptors: Conference Reports, Educational Change, Educational Finance, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Teaching Assistants
Dean W.P. Albrecht, The Graduate School, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66044 ($2.50)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of Graduate Schools.
Identifiers: Association of Graduate Schools