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Bowen, William G. – Educational Record, 1975
While costs are increasing and revenues from endowment earnings and gifts decreasing, private and public institutions are being forced to cut spending. The author outlines a national program of competitive fellowship awards designed to help meet these problems and to sustain the quality of higher education. (Editor/JT)
Descriptors: Costs, Economic Climate, Educational Finance, Fellowships
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Green, Madeleine F. – Educational Record, 1984
The career progress of 748 recipients of American Council on Education fellowships for potential academic administrators since 1965 is discussed, comparing the rise to academic leadership positions of men, women, and minority group members, and comparing the progress of earlier and more recent program participants. (MSE)
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Career Ladders, College Administration, College Presidents
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Hytche, William P. – Educational Record, 1990
Linkages between historically Black colleges and universities and institutions in African nations have resulted primarily from participation with the U.S. Agency for International Development technical assistance projects with host-country government institutions and the Fulbright-Hays Program. Study abroad opportunities enhance students'…
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Fellowships, Higher Education, Institutional Cooperation
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Kirkwood, Robert; Uchitelle, Susan – Educational Record, 1977
In a period of declining financial support for graduate study, the Danforth Foundation's Graduate Fellowship Program and the Kent Fellowships have continued to provide financial aid to prospective college teachers. The fellowship experience is analyzed from the standpoints of both the recipients and those involved in the selection process.…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Fellowships, Females, Graduate Students
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Green, Madeleine F.; Kellogg, Theodore – Educational Record, 1982
A study of the careers of American Council on Education fellows after completion of their fellowships is reported. Faster advancement of White males in administrative positions is corroborated, with some exceptions. The pyramid shape of the administrative structure is confirmed: the higher one advances, the less room there is for advancement. (MSE)
Descriptors: Administrators, Career Ladders, Careers, College Faculty