"In the Total of All These Acts": How Can American Universities Address the Urban Agenda?
by William R. Greiner — 1994
Argues that universities are as well equipped as and more obligated than most other social institutions to listen to, understand, and respond to problems in American society. Suggests that the great universities of the 21st century will be judged by their ability to help solve the most urgent social problems. (Source: ERIC)
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