ERIC Number: ED157450
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976
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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)
Descriptors: Behavioral Sciences, Blacks, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Engineering Education, Environmental Education, External Degree Programs, Futures (of Society), Governance, Higher Education, Home Economics Education, Human Services, Institutional Autonomy, Land Grant Universities, Liberal Arts, Professional Education, Public Policy, Social Sciences, State Universities, Urban Universities, Vocational Education
Michigan State University Press, 1405 S. Harrison Rd., 25 Manly Miles Bldg., East Lansing, Michigan 48823 ($15.00)
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