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ERIC Number: ED157450
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 383
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Land-Grant Universities and their Continuing Challenge.
Anderson, G. Lester, Ed.
A series of essays address the question: What can and might we expect of the land-grant system and values today and in the future? The essays include: what's ahead for the land-grant colleges (Ralph K. Huitt); the land-grant university, myth and reality (David Madsen); colleges of agriculture revisited (Henry R. Fortmann, Jerome K. Pasto, Thomas B. King); home economics and the development of new forms of human service education (Theodore R. Vallance); the future of engineering education in land-grant universities (Otis E. Lancaster); liberal learning and the land-grant system (Maxwell H. Goldberg); social and behavioral sciences in the l970's (Renee C. Friedman, Robert S. Friedman); the land-grant university and environmental affairs (Richard D. Schein); land-grant universities and the black presence (Samuel D. Proctor); Federal City College, a model for new urban universities (David C. Nichols); updating education for the professions (Larry L. Leslie); new colleges for new occupations (William Toombs); external degree programs, the new educational frontier (Kenneth P. Mortimer, Mark D. Johnson); the public interest and institutional autonomy (Stanley O. Ikenberry); and governance and control of tomorrow's university: whose values (G. Lester Anderson, Kenneth P. Mortimer). (MSE)
Michigan State University Press, 1405 S. Harrison Rd., 25 Manly Miles Bldg., East Lansing, Michigan 48823 ($15.00)
Publication Type: Books
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