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The Battle That Disney Should Have Won, Neil Silberman Dec 1994

The Battle That Disney Should Have Won, Neil Silberman

Neil A. Silberman

An oldie but goodie


The Changing Nature Of Universities, Ernest A. Lynton Jun 1994

The Changing Nature Of Universities, Ernest A. Lynton

New England Journal of Public Policy

Excessive emphasis on research as the dominant measure of institutional as well as individual prestige and values has created a critical mismatch between the activities of American universities and societal expectations. This article traces the origins of the resulting crisis of purpose to the post-World War II surge in federal research support and articulates the urgent need for basic changes in university priorities at a time teaching and professional services have acquired both new importance and new complexity. It further describes current efforts toward a more balanced view of the components of university missions and a resulting shift in faculty ...


Teaching African-American Children: The Legacy Of Slavery, Harold Horton Jun 1994

Teaching African-American Children: The Legacy Of Slavery, Harold Horton

New England Journal of Public Policy

The pathetic state of urban public school education offered to African-American children stems from slavery, when it was against the law to educate slaves, who were regarded as chattel. This article traces the history of the blighting of their minds by stripping those slaves of their African culture, and its effect on African-American children, as well as other children of color, today. Horton offers suggestions for coping with the problems of modern schools as related to respecting and teaching these children, pointing out that the system is the problem, not the children.


The Environmental Laws Of Zimbabwe: A Unique Approach To Management Of The Environment, Brian J. Nickerson Jun 1994

The Environmental Laws Of Zimbabwe: A Unique Approach To Management Of The Environment, Brian J. Nickerson

Boston College Third World Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Ua12/8 Chief News, Wku Police Jan 1994

Ua12/8 Chief News, Wku Police

WKU Archives Records

WKU Police departmental newsletters for 1994.


Ua64/25/5/4 Scrapbook, Wku Army Rotc Jan 1994

Ua64/25/5/4 Scrapbook, Wku Army Rotc

Student Organizations

Scrapbook commemorating the 1993-1994 school year of WKU Army ROTC activities.


0585: Augustus Kuper Family Papers, 1816-1818, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1994

0585: Augustus Kuper Family Papers, 1816-1818, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

Collection consists primarily of the diary (1816-1818) of Augustus Kuper, Assistant commissary general of Canada, 1813, telling of his trip to England with his wife to secure a position in the provincial government. Genealogical information about the family is appended. According to a notation, the original diary in possession of Louis Hood of Chevy Chase, Md.


African-American Influence On The Chesapeake Bay Log Canoe: Evidence From Nineteenth Century Probate Inventories And Population Census Records Of York County, Virginia And Worcester County, Maryland, Albert James M. Mamary Jan 1994

African-American Influence On The Chesapeake Bay Log Canoe: Evidence From Nineteenth Century Probate Inventories And Population Census Records Of York County, Virginia And Worcester County, Maryland, Albert James M. Mamary

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Analysis Of Nurse-Physician Relationships During The Development Of Dialysis Technology, Pg, Principal Investigator, $2,500, American Association Of Nephrology Nurses, Julie Fairman Dec 1993

Analysis Of Nurse-Physician Relationships During The Development Of Dialysis Technology, Pg, Principal Investigator, $2,500, American Association Of Nephrology Nurses, Julie Fairman

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.