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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 196

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Wednesday, November 15-SESSION I
2:00 Conference Welcome
HARLAN HATCHER, President,
The University of Michigan
2:15-4:30 FERTILITY TRENDS IN THE
MODERN WORLD
Moderator: Ronald Freedman, Professor of Sociology,
University of Michigan
Speaker: Philip Hauser, Director, Population Research
and Training Center, University of Chicago
Discussants: Paul Demeny, Associate Professor of Economics,
University of Michigan
Otis Dudley Duncan, Director, Population
Studies Center, University of Michigan
Panel: Ansley J. Coale, Director, Office of Population
Research, Princeton University
David V. Glass, Professor, London School of
Economics and Political Science
Dudley Kirk, Professor of Demography,
Stanford University
Norman B. Ryder, Director, Center for
Demography and Ecology, University of
Wisconsin

PROGRAM
Thursday, November 16-SESSION 111
2:00-4:30 THE BIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF
FERTILIYT CONTROL
Moderator: S. J. Behrman, M.D., Director, Center for
Reproduction Biology, University of Michigan
Speaker: A. S. Parkes, Professor of Physiology of
Reproduction, University of Cambridge
Discussants: Alan F. Guttmacher, M.D., President, Planned
Parenthood-World Population
J. N. Spuhler, Professor of Anthropology,
University of New Mexico
Samuel Wishik, M.D., Division Director,
International Institute for the Study of Human
Reproduction, Columbia University
Emil Witschi, Senior Scientist, Bio-Medical
Laboratories, The Population Council
Panel: Jean Sutter, M.D., Ministere de la Sante
Publique et de la Population, Institut National
d'Etudes Demographiques
Celso-Ramon Gartcia, M.D., Associate
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
University of Pennsylvania
Sheldon J. Segal, Director, Bio-Medical Division,
The Population Council
Christopher Tietze, M.D., Associate Director,
Bio-Medical Division, The Population Council

Panel:

Paul A. Harper, M.D., Professor of Public
Health, Department of Population and Family
Health, The Johns Hopkins University
Paul Todd, Chief Executive Officer, Planned
Parenthood-World Population
Bernard Berelson, Vice-President, The
Population Council
Charles E. Westoff, Associate Director, Office
of Population Research, Princeton University
Robert G. Potter, Jr., Research Professor of
Sociology and Anthropology, Brown Univevrsity
Leona Baumgartner, M.D., Visiting Professor of
Medicine, Harvard Medical School

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Friday, November 17-SESSION V
11:30 Convocation
Awarding of Honorary Degrees
2:00-4:30 FERTILITY PLANNING IN THE DEVELOPING
WORLD DURING THE NEXT DECADE
Moderator: Leslie Corsa, Jr., M.D., Director,'Center for
Population Planning, University of Michigan
Speaker: C. Chandrasekaran, U.N. Advisor Economic
Commission (Thailand)
Discussants: Oscar Harkavy, Director, Population Program,
The Ford Foundation
Alexander Kessler, M.D., Chief, Human
Reproduction Unit, World Health Organization
R. T. Ravenholt, M.D., Director, Population
Service, Agency for International
Development
1. C. Yuan, M.D., Academy of Sinica (Taiwan)

Thursday, November 16-SESSION 11

9:00-
12:00'
Moderator:
Speaker:

SOME CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
OF FERTILITY TRENDS
Frank W. Notestein, President, The Population
Control
Edgar M .Hoover, Director, Center for Regional
Economic Studies, University of Pittsburgh

Discussants: Milos Macura, Director, Population Division,
The United Nations
Roger Revelle, Director, Harvard Center for
Population Studies, Harvard University
Oscar Harkavy, Director, Population Program,
The Ford Foundation

Friday, November 17-SESSION

IV

9:00-
11:30
Moderator:
Speaker:
Discussants:

Panel:

Richard A. Easterlin, Professor of Economics,
University of Pennsylvania
Simon Kuznets, George F. Baker, Professor of
Economics, Harvard University
Harrison Brown, Professor of Geochemistry,
California Institute of Technology
Amos H. Hawley, Professor of Sociology,
University of North Carolina

PUBLIC PROGRAMS FOR
FAMILY PLANNING
Myron E. Wegman, M.D., Dean, School of
Public Health, University of Michigan
Sir Colville Deverelli, Secretary-General
International Planned Parenthood Federation
Philip R. Lee, M.D., Assistant Secretary for
Health and Scientific Affairs, Department of
H.E.W.
Moye W. Freyman,. M.D., Director, The

L. P. Chow, M.D., Director, Taiwan Population
Studies Center
S. C. Hsu, M.D., Chief, Rural Health Division,
Sino-American Joint Commission on Rural
Reconstruction (Republic of China)
Nusret Fisek, M.D., Director, Hacettepe
Institute for Populationo Studies (Turkey)
Mariano Requena B., M.D., Centro Latino
Americano de Demografia, The United Nations
-CELADE ((Chile)

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Panel:

Dipak Bhatia, M.D., Family Planning
Commissioner (India)

Population Center, University of North Carolina

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