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Baker, Saphira – 1986
Prior to the 1970s, research about women was largely limited to the work of individual scholars working in isolation within their own disciplines. Women's studies programs first appeared on campus in 1969, and scholarly research about women began a period of unprecedented growth. Organized centers for research about women also came into being for…
Descriptors: Assistantships, Awards, Educational Finance, Fellowships
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Shulin, David J.; And Others – Academic Medicine, 1992
In a model for training physicians in management, a privately funded program has a physician-fellow working in a community-based private practice to produce compensation for work done and fund academic training. Institutions can thus use clinical income to expand management training within contexts of existing academic missions and patient care…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Educational Finance, Fellowships, Higher Education
National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, Washington, DC. – 1996
This publication is a resource document for developing recommendations concerning the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act. This document describes the eight parts of Title IV, "Student Assistance," and the seven parts of Title IX, "Graduate Programs." Title IV covers the following areas: grants to students in attendance…
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Students, Economic Factors, Educational Finance
Cosovich, Jon – CASE Currents, 1979
The large-gift donor is one of a college's most important assets. For this reason, contacts with these donors should be regularly and systematically reviewed. Five main purposes or designated uses of gifts are categorized: faculty support, student aid, buildings, program support, and libraries. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Buildings, College Faculty, College Libraries, Educational Finance