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ERIC Number: ED062909
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Jan
Pages: 41
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A Case Study in Institutional Planning.
Maeder, Paul F.; And Others
This document, composed of 3 separated papers under 1 cover, is a case study of 1 institution's attempt to develop a system to permit optimum utilization of limited resources. The part of the system discussed here assumes that the institution has already made the decisions as to what it can do well and has to some extent allocated such resources as faculty, facilities, and money to these programs. The next step is to attract and select those students who will best utilize the resources as they are currently allocated. The primary focus of the 3 papers is on the fiscal elements of this system. (Author/HS)
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Authoring Institution: Brown Univ., Providence, RI.
Note: Paper presented at the National Forum on New Planning and Mnangement Practices in Higher Education, Denver, Colorado, January 26-28, 1972