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Planning New UC Campuses in the 1960s: A Background Paper for UC Merced on the Role of the Universitywide Senate

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  • Douglass, John Aubrey
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    This brief provides additional information on the role of the Academic Senate in new campus planning in the 1960s. A previous report, "The Role of the Academic Senate in Tenth Campus Planning," provided background information for the University of California Academic Council and the Assembly of the Academic Senate regarding the potential role of the Academic Senate in establishing UC Merced. The Merced campus is scheduled to begin instruction in the fall of 2004. This report is intended to provide contextual information for the Academic Senate's UC Merced Task Force.

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    Paper provided by Center for Studies in Higher Education, UC Berkeley in its series University of California at Berkeley, Center for Studies in Higher Education with number qt93004403.

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    Date of creation: 01 Dec 1998
    Handle: RePEc:cdl:cshedu:qt93004403
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