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ERIC Number: ED175319
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1979-Feb
Pages: 124
Abstractor: N/A
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President's Assembly--State Policy Research at the University of Illinois. Final Report.
Gove, Samuel K., Ed.; Zollinger, Richard A., Ed.
The activities at the President's Assembly on State Policy Research at the University of Illinois, which was convened to explore a series of questions related to the interaction between universities and the agencies that create public policy, are reported. The report of the assembly, which is a statement representing general agreement among the participants, is included. The following background papers are included in the report: "The University and State-Sponsored Research: A Faculty Perspective" (Marilyn L. Flynn and James J. Stukel); "State-University Research Cooperation: A Political Commitment?" (Noel G. Ebrahim); "University-State Legislature Interaction" (John W. Ahlen); "Lessons from a Bureaucrat: Or, If You Want to Help Me, Mind My Mandate" (Alexander M. Schmidt); "A Bureaucrat's Perspective of State and University Policy Linkages" (Michael A. Belletire); "A Try at Research: The Illinois Institute for Social Policy" (Roy Wehrle); "Citizen and State Agency Response to University Research on Public Policy: The Case of Illinois: Today and Tomorrow" (Rabel J. Burdge and Ruth M. Kelly); "The California Policy Seminar: A Description and Related Questions" (John Cummins); and "The Pros and Cons of Cooperative State Government-University Public Policy Research" (James P. Harnett). The following speeches presented at the assembly are also included: "Faculty Research in the Public Policy Domain: An Opportunity Facing the University" (Peter E. Yankwich); "The University and the State: Is There a Public Interest in Their Partnership?" (Theodore J. Lowi); and"Perspectives of State Government-University Cooperation: A Legislator's Point of View" (John Vasconcellos). (SC)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research; Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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