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.In the early 1950s, law students and arts and sciences graduate students shared the same cafeteria, far from the more ... In quality, the club manages to be nearly as good as a one-star restaurant (aquot;fairaquot;), and that is not a mean achievement byanbsp;...
|Title||:||University: An Owner's Manual|
|Publisher||:||W. W. Norton & Company - 1990-02-17|