qSuperb. . . . Rosovsky has written an important bookaprobing, wise, shrewd, fair. . . . Deserves to be widely read.q aJames O. Freeman, Washington Post A view of America's colleges and universities and how they are run, the challenges they face and the issues that affect their qownersq - students, faculty, alumni, trustees and others. Among the issues covered are tenure, the admission process in elite institutions and curriculum.I was addressing the role of various groups in our community and said: aquot; Remember, you a the [undergraduate] students a are here for four years; the [ tenured] faculty is here for life; and the institution is here forever.aquot; This banality came to beanbsp;...
|Title||:||University: An Owner's Manual|
|Publisher||:||W. W. Norton & Company - 1990-02-17|