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Reminiscences of Clark Kerr : oral history, 1998.

Author: Clark Kerr; Sharon Zane
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Childhood: Reading, PA, farm life, family values and education; B.A. social sciences, Swarthmore College, 1932: student body president, Quaker religion; American Friends Service peace caravaner, California, summer 1932; graduate studies, Stanford University [SU]; Ph.D. economics, University of California, Berkeley [UCB]: unemployment research, labor relations interests; teaching positions SU and University of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Interviews
History
Named Person: Clark Kerr; Clark Kerr
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Clark Kerr; Sharon Zane
OCLC Number: 269255285
In: Carnegie Corporation project. Pt. 2
Notes: Interviewed by: Sharon Zane on February 18, 1998 in Berkeley, California and September 14, 1998 in New York, New York.
Description: transcript: 97 leaves. sound recordings: 2 sound cassettes (116 min.) : analog. videorecordings: 4 video cassettes (120 min.) : digital.

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Childhood: Reading, PA, farm life, family values and education; B.A. social sciences, Swarthmore College, 1932: student body president, Quaker religion; American Friends Service peace caravaner, California, summer 1932; graduate studies, Stanford University [SU]; Ph.D. economics, University of California, Berkeley [UCB]: unemployment research, labor relations interests; teaching positions SU and University of Washington; director Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California, Berkeley: labor union arbitrator, anti-Communist oath; first UCB chancellor, UCB president: California Master Plan for Higher Education, structuring University of California system, mass universal access to education, campus free speech movement, student protests, dismissal over police involvement; board member, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; director and chairman, Carnegie Corporation Commission on Higher Education: "Quality and Equality" 1968 report, federal government programs for financing higher education, Pell grants and student loan programs, research duties' impact on teaching quality; chairman, Carnegie Corporation Council for Policy Studies in Higher Education: high school Advanced Placement courses; member Rockefeller Foundation Board: Health Manpower Act of 1974; chairman, Work in America; reminiscences of colleagues.

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