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making of a university, 1868-1968
James W. Groshong
|Other titles||Oregon State University centennial, 1868-1968.|
|Statement||by James W. Groshong.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Oregon State University Centennial trivet. Could also be used as a wall hanging. Very good condition, graphics are crisp and in very nice Rating: % positive. The Centennial Record of the University of California, This somewhat 1868-1968 book book is the result of that resolve.
Used as a reference book, it yields information about many specific University achievements and endeavors. President Sproul described the intent of the action as being to “centralize policy making in the office.
The Golden Book of Californiacame out in and was “a record of the first 75 years in the life of the University of California, containing an alphabetical and a geographical listing of the names, known addresses, occupations, and classes of every person who has ever enrolled and received credit on any of the several campuses of the.
CHANGING RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE LAW SCHOOL: WILLARD HURST* If we compare the announcements of courses offered in the Uni-versity of Wisconsin Law School in and inwe see, first, some reflections of the history of curriculum-of changes in.
This was particularly true for many of the people put in charge of arranging the bicentenary festivities of the university inamong them the key actor, Rector Gustaf Ljunggren. Oregon State University (OSU) traces its roots towhen Corvallis Academy was founded as the first community school in the Corvallis area.
Inthe academy incorporated and became Corvallis College. Under the auspices of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Corvallis College began offering a four-year, collegiate liberal arts curriculum in THE MAKING OF A UNIVERSITY.
THE COVER Oregon State University is what it is today because its past makes it so. It is clear, too, that today's K THE MAKING OF A UNIVERSITY By James W. Groshong. From Wal/is Nash's book, Two Years in Oregon.
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