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TIE MIC1HIAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCT. 15, 1936

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UnversityCreates New Institute
OfPublic, SocialAdministration
Follows Trend Of Greater be pursued in several departments on
the amps-a racice hic isnor-
Interest In Government m pay limited in other graduate work.
And Social Problems 36 Hours Needed 40
In addition, it was explained that
Following the general trend of the course requirements of 36 hours
greater interest in governmental and will take little more than one year,
social problems and" administration, with the other year devoted to ap-
the University of Michigan has cre- prenticeship in the field chosen by
ated this year the new Institute of the student. Contrary to popular
Public and Social Administration as opinion, most of the work in public
an integral part of the Horace H administration is done in Ann Arbor
Rackham School of Graduate Stud- and not in Detroit although the ap-
ies. prenticeship may be served in De-
pr.es ogeu. S.Bensontrass ociatnetroit or elsewhere in the state of
Lprofessor ofpublic administration, inMihgn
describing the governmental aspects The Bureau of Reference and Re-
of the new Institute, explained that f search in Government which is a part
'a much greater interest is ben of the Institute, offers excellent fa-
manifes mthroughouttecobeing cilities for study of public adminis-
manifested throughout the country tration, Dr. Benson said. There is
in training for public service which alsoa ortens elaidnshis
has suggested the establishment of a Dorivreaio nmth
a department at the University de- the Detroit Bureau of Governmental
voted to this training. Few other Research, headed by Dr. Lent D.
universities haveaorganizedysuch Upsonathroughvwhich close contact
training courses although Syracuse with actual government in the city'
University has been a successful ex- of Detroit is maintained, he said.
ception for a number of years, he In addition the Michigan Muni-
explained. The recent expansion of cipal League, the official organization
Ithe Grduat Scoolmadesuc anof the cities of the state, has its
the Graduate School made such an headquarters in Ann Arbor, so that,
Survey Conducted it was pointed out, it will be possible
In a survey condu1cted among stu- to assign students to assist officials
dents who have studied municipal of the League who are preparing re-
administrationat Michigan in the ports upon specific problems in public
past 20 years, it was found that the administration.
average annualincome is more than -
$4,200 per person. Numbers of im-
portant positions in federal, state
and local services are held by them.
and their incomes, Dr. Benson re-
marked, have been made by students
who have not had such broad op-
portunities for training for the public
service as are now offered in the In-
stitute.MI D --1
Flexibility is the outstanding M ILK -IC
ture of the Institute, Dr. Benson
pointed out, so that a student inter-
ested in any specialized work relat- Week-En,
ing to government may have access
to any department in the University. VANILLA - T
In this way correlated subjiects may

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