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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January

17, 1971 ,i

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NATIONAL REPORT

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to their communities is a limit-
ed one, the report said.
"Today, colleges and univer-
sities are urged to devote major
resources to public service. The
suggestion is made that t h e y
solve the difficult problems of
modern society. Poverty, rac-
ism, urban blight and a deter-
iorating natural environment
are a few of the matters t h a t
they are asked to deal with.
"Higher educational institu-
tions, in fact, have neither t h e
resources nor the political ca-
pacity to engage in such activi-
ties except on a modest scale."
The assembly cautioned
against the involvement of col-
leges and universities in large-
scale sponsored research, which
has been a subject of controversy
and one of the stated causes of
student protests.
"Research that improves the
learning process, is linked to,
teaching and the intellectual
concerns of faculty members, is
most appropriate for universi-
ties," the report said.
"There is no reason for uni-
versities to serve as holding
companies for large laboratories
or rescearch projects that a r e
not linked to their educational
programs. Research in universi-
ties, whatever its source of sup-
port, ought not to be secret."
The assembly of hundreds of
professors, administrators, s t u-
dents and public officials w a s
established by theacademy in
September 1969. Its chairman
is Martin Meyerson, president of
the University of Pennsylvania.
Meyerson and Prof. Stephen R.
Braubard of Brown University
wrote the report.
The assembly endorsed a pow-
erful role for university presi-
dents.
"Since a university is not a
appointments beginning Jan. 18 by'
calling 763-1363.
Tuesday, January 26:
U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban
Devel.
Nat. Center for Health Statistics.
Proctor and Gamble Mkt. Research.
Wednesday, January 27:
Bell Systems,
J. L. Hudson Co.
Mich. Consolidated Gas Co.
Thursday, January 28:
EU.S. Air Force.
J. C. Penney Co. Inc.
LsFriday, January 29:
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.

parlimentary body, and even less
a place where total participation
is possible, the existence of a
strong executive authority is es-
sential," it said.
"Only where such authority
exists is there any possibility
that proposed innovations will be
debated, tested and, when ap-
propriate, implemented."
The assembly recommended
that presidents serve for not
more than 12 years, and be sub-
jected to at least one revievf, in-
cluding an assessment by both
faculty and students, in t h a t
period. Higher education should
cease to be regarded as the un-
avoidable prescription for young
people and should become the
voluntary choice of men and
women of all ages, the report
continued.
It recommended special pre-
college and preprofessional
school programs for minorities
and the poor; greater curri-
culum flexibility to, allow per-
sons, especially women and the
middleaged, to resume or con-
tinue their educations, and joint
programs with trade and pro-
fessional associations to free
many jobs from routine require-
ments that make college obliga-
tory.
"If access to employment op-
portunity was less exclusively
through college or university ed-
ucation, the pressure to secure
admission to such institutions
would diminish," the assembly
said.

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MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1971
Pastor's Conference: Mich. U n i o n
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