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ERIC Number: ED181774
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1979
Pages: 166
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Conflict, Retrenchment, and Reappraisal: The Administration of Higher Education. The David D. Henry Lectures, 1972-78.
The first five David D. Henry lectures, and discussion and response to the first four, are presented in this book. Following a brief introduction by John E. Corbally and a biography of David Dobbs Henry, Clark Kerr's paper, "The Administration of Higher Education in an Era of Change and Conflict" (presented in October, 1972) focuses on change and conflict as major elements in the future of higher education. Responses by Harry Broudy and Eldon Johnson follow. The second lecture by David Riesman, "Can We Maintain Quality Education in a Period of Retrenchment?" (presented in April, 1975) and five questions and responses concerning the paper are presented next. "The Administration of Education for the Health Professions: A Time for Reappraisal (presented in April, 1976) by John R. Hogness, with comments, questions and discussion following, focuses on the need to take a fresh look at the organization and management of educational programs for the health professions. The fourth lecture, "The Education of Administrators for Higher Education," (presented in April, 1977) by Harlan Cleveland, discusses the requirements of educational leadership. A response by John Corbally and questions and discussion follow. The final lecture by Howard R. Bowen, "Socially Imposed Costs of Higher Education" (presented in April, 1978), examines such costs as requirements relating to due process, work standards, access to education, and right to information. A 31-item bibliography is appended. (PHR)
University of Illinois Press, 54 E. Gregory Drive, Box 5081, Station A., Champaign, IL 61820
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Books
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Language: English
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