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    R.G. Marshak
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    Rowman & Littlefield (October 25, 1982)
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    300 pages
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Topics discussed include: the history of City College, urban higher education, open admissions, the liberal arts, ethnic studies, professional training, biomedical education, community outreach of the college, fund-raising for urban public education, the tax-levy budget, and private fund-raising

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8th President of City College of New York. Marshak was born in the Bronx, New York City. His parents, Harry and Rose Marshak, were immigrants from Minsk. Preceded by. Buell G. Gallagher. Succeeded by. Bernard W. Harleston. He went to the City College of New York for one semester and then "received a Pulitzer Scholarship which provided full tuition and a stipend which allowed him to continue his education at Columbia University. In 1939, Marshak received his P. from Cornell University. Along with his thesis advisor, Hans Bethe, he discovered many of the fusion aspects involved in star formation.

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William J. Burns is president of the Carnegie Endowment for International . It was then a school with lots of first-generation college students, mostly commuters, who worked hard to earn their tuition, took.

William J. Burns is president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He retired from the . Foreign Service in 2014 after a thirty-three-year diplomatic career. In 1973, I went to La Salle College on an academic scholarship, my dreams of a basketball scholarship long since surrendered to the hard realities of limited talent. It was then a school with lots of first-generation college students, mostly commuters, who worked hard to earn their tuition, took nothing for granted, and prided themselves on puncturing pretension. La Salle, like Philadelphia in the 1970s, was not for the faint of heart.

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City University of New York. City College Presidents. C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. Personal Name: Wurtemburg, Gladys. Download Academic renewal in the 1970s : memoirs of a City College president Robert E. Marshak ; with the assistance of Gladys Wurtemburg. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book.

Academic Renewal in the 1970s: Memoirs of a City College President. One gets the impression that the speed which Marshak hoped for in the develop-ment of City as an Open Admissions College was innocently fast

Academic Renewal in the 1970s: Memoirs of a City College President. University Press of America. One gets the impression that the speed which Marshak hoped for in the develop-ment of City as an Open Admissions College was innocently fast. But he had many convinced and dedicated supporters on the faculty. Their fertility in ideas and their success in maintaining something like the old standards for graduation were both remarkable.