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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Washington, DC : American Association of State Colleges and Universities, c1990
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Hively; American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
|Notes:||Contributions prompted by a meeting of selected university presidents held in Washington, D.C. Oct. 10-11, 1989.|
|Description:||136 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Spirit of a campus / Anthony F. Ceddia --
Washington forum on campus violence: some points of view / Robert L. Hess --
The college as a racial model for society / Jimmy R. Jenkins --
The identification and elimination of subtle forms of discrimination on the college campus / John E. La Tourette --
Estinguishing at the flashpoint / Craig Dean Willis --
A case study of the President's role in creating a healthy racial/ethnic climate / Kenneth A. Shaw --
Recruitment of underrepresented faculty and administrators / James M. Rosser --
A case study: campus action and video film, "Still Burning" / Michael K. Hooker --
A design for diversity: proactive planning to reduce ethnic tensions and to enhance human resources / Eugene M. Hughes. Preventive planning at the system level / Bruce Johnstone --
A model: a university's strategies and actions from "sit-in" to resolution / Donald R. Gerth --
Strategies to accommodate change / John D. Welty --
Ethnically and racially diverse faculty: a response to change / Dale F. Nitzchke --
Suppression and controls on American college campuses / David S. Tatel --
The First Amendment and racial harassment on campus / David S. Tatel --
Now liberals are censors / George Will.
|Series Title:||AASCU issues.|
|Responsibility:||Robert Hively, editor.|
- Minority college students -- Crimes against -- United States -- Congresses.
- Discrimination in higher education -- United States -- Congresses.
- School violence -- United States -- Congresses.
- Discrimination in higher education.
- Minority college students -- Crimes against.
- School violence.
- United States.