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Serve Ultimately the book suggests that leaders and supporters should become fiercely land grant in their orientation that is they should work to vigorously uphold their community focused missions through teaching research and service oriented activitiesCombining extensive research with Gee’s own decades of leadership experience Land Grant Universities for the Future argues that these schools are the engine of higher education in Americaand perhaps democracy’s best hope This book should be of great interest to faculty members and students as well as those parents legislators policymakers and other area stakeholders who have a vested interest in the well being of America’s original public universitie.
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Land grant colleges and universities for the ePUB #10003 occupy a special place in the landscape of American higher education Publicly funded agricultural and technical educational institutions were first founded in the mid nineteenth century with the Land Grant Universities PDFEPUB or Morrill Act which established land grants to support these schools They include such prominent names as Cornell Maryland Michigan State MIT Ohio State Penn State Rutgers Texas AM West Virginia University Wisconsin and the Universities for the Kindle #213 University of Californiain other words four dozen of the largest and best public universities in America Add to this a number of historically black colleges and universities.
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HBCUs and tribal collegesin all almostinstitutions Their mission is a democratic and pragmatic one to bring science technology agriculture and the arts to the American peopleIn this book Stephen M Gavazzi and E Gordon Gee discuss present challenges to and future opportunities for these institutions Drawing on interviews with college presidents and chancellors Gavazzi and Gee explore the strengths and weaknesses of land grant universities while examining the changing threats they face Arguing that the land grant university of the twenty first century is responsible to a wide range of constituencies the authors also pay specific attention to the ways these universities meet the needs of the communities they.