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Survey of land-grant colleges and universities

United States. Office of Education.

Survey of land-grant colleges and universities

by United States. Office of Education.

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Published by U. S. Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Universities and colleges -- United States,
  • Agricultural colleges -- United States,
  • Educational surveys -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: United States. Department of the interior. Ray Lyman Wilbur, secretary. Office of education. William John Cooper, commissioner.

    Other titlesLand-grant colleges and universities.
    Statementdirected by Arthur J. Klein, chief, Division of collegiate and professional education, Office of education.
    SeriesBulletin, 1930, no.9
    ContributionsKlein, Arthur Jay, 1884-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14460522M
    OCLC/WorldCa5953768

      In the United States, a land-grant university is a university that was founded from the proceeds of selling land that the Federal government gave it. That is, it is was a way for the Federal government to provide funding for higher education. The. Nebraska is also a land-grant university and a member of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU). The university is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The University of Nebraska was founded on Febru

    The Morrill Land-Grant Acts are United States statutes that allowed for the creation of land-grant colleges in U.S. states using the proceeds of federal land sales. The Morrill Act of (7 U.S.C. § et seq.) was enacted during the American Civil War, and the Morrill Act of (the Agricultural College Act of (26 Stat. , 7 U.S.C. § et seq.) expanded this d by: the 37th United States Congress. This resource shows the locations of the Tribal Colleges and Universities that NIFA supports through the Farm Bill. These institutions can also be .

    legislation granting them land-grant status. In November, the board of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, which had strongly endorsed the campaign, voted to admit AIHEC as a system member of the association with one representative as a member of . Since the land-grant universities were founded to be the agriculture and mechanical schools, some states established separate state universities with an emphasis on liberal arts. Kansas, Oklahoma, and South Dakota, for example, each established two universities, one land-grant and one state university.


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Survey of land-grant colleges and universities by United States. Office of Education. Download PDF EPUB FB2

First volume of the results of a survey undertaken by the U.S. Office of Education to determine their achievements, objectives, and functions. This bulletin provides the data and information collected by the Office during the survey and suggestions about possible improvements or changes.

This volume is divided into eleven parts: Part I. Historical introduction; Part : Arthur Jay Klein. Second volume of the results of a survey undertaken by the U.S. Office of Education to determine their achievements, objectives, and functions. This bulletin provides the data and information collected by the Office during the survey and suggestions about possible improvements or changes.

This volume is divided into ten parts: Part I. Arts and sciences; Part : Arthur Jay Klein. Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States. Office of Education. Survey of land-grant colleges and universities.

Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. "Land-Grant Colleges and Popular Revolt breaks new ground. It makes a significant contribution to a new line of scholarly inquiry that is developing a more nuanced and critical―and less naïve, linear, and romantic―understanding of the history of a key sector in American higher education."Cited by: 2.

In29 tribal colleges and universities became land-grant institutions under the Improving America's Schools Act of As of32 tribal colleges and universities have land-grant status. Most of these colleges grant two-year degrees. Six are four-year institutions, and two offer a master's degree.

Land Acknowledgement Statements. This is a list of land-grant colleges and universities, in the United States of America and its associated territories. Land-grant institutions are often categorized as, and institutions, based on the date of the legislation that designated most of them with land-grant status.

Land-grant universities, American institutions of higher learning that were established under the first Morrill Act (). This act was passed by the U.S.

Congress and was named for the act’s sponsor, Vermont congressman Justin S. Morrill. Under the provisions of the act, each state was granted. Along with West Virginia University president E.

Gordon Gee, I co-authored a book entitled Land-Grant Universities for the Future: Higher Education for the Public Good that was released this past November by Johns Hopkins University Press. Based primarily on interviews conducted with 27 presidents and chancellors of land-grant institutions, this book was meant to provoke discussion about.

This book reviews the legislative history of the land grant system from its establishment in to the act conferring land grant status on Native American colleges. It describes trends that have shaped agriculture and agricultural education over the decades--the shift of labor from farm to factory, reasons for and effects of increased.

Aspects of Land Grant College Education The author here presents a wealth of data pertaining to a group of land grant colleges and universities having more or less similar objectives, in a form that enable the reader to compare the policies of one institution with those of others in the group.

and the remainder of the book with students. Colleges of Agriculture at the Land Grant Universities informs the public debate about the challenges that will shape the future of these colleges and serves as a foundation for a second volume, which will present recommendations for policy and institutional changes in the land grant system.

The anniversary of the Morrill Act, establishing more than 70 so-called “land-grant” universities — including some of America’s biggest and best known — comes just as advocates are. — Gee, who has spent 25 years leading land-grant universities, sees a crisis: Legislatures have slashed support for universities, while Americans are increasingly losing faith in Author: Benjamin Wermund.

IfTER,OF TRANSMITTAL es* DEPARTMENTOF THE INTERIOR, BUREAUOFEDUCATION, Washington,D. C., Jay30, O SIR:Thisreport is made in accordancewith theprovisions ofthe land-grantact of and theMorrill-NelsonActs of and, which charge the SecretarYof the-Interiorwith theproperadminis- tration of thosefunds.

The total incomeand appropriations"from File Size: 6MB. Appraisal of radio broadcasting in the land-grant colleges and state universities. Washington, D.C., National committee on education by radio, (OCoLC)   Land-Grant Universities And Agriculture's Future The Morrill Act of began a transformation of American agriculture.

Congress dona acres of. The final part shows that the land-grant mission is alive and well in university colleges of agriculture and, in fact, is inherent to their identity. Including some of the best minds the field has to offer, this volume follows in the fine tradition of past books in Transaction’s Brand: Routledge.

The most comprehensive study yet undertaken of this branch of our vast system of public education is that conducted a few years ago by the United States Office of Education and published in as a two-volume report under the titleSurvey of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities.

In that survey the emphasis is laid upon the land grant. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Found also in U.S. Office of Education Report, //16, and in U.S. Office of Education Biennial survey of education in the United States, /Report year ends June 30 Issued in its Reports and Biennial surveys.

A land-grant university is a college or university first built on land the United States government owned. They were made so that more people could go to college, and to do research that helps state has at least one.

Reconsideration of Prior Opinion Concerning Land-Grant Colleges After reconsideration of a prior opinion, we adhere to the conclusion that the State of West Virginia may validly designate West Virginia State College as the beneficiary of appropriated funds under the Second Momll Act of Nathan Sorber, in Land-Grant Universities and Popular Revolt, has written an excellent survey of the origin and development of the land-grant university system.

He traces that history, from the contested purpose of the Morrill Act of that created the land-grant colleges through the Smith-Lever Act ofwhich led to the establishment of.The land was sold, generating funds to open universities with doors open to all.

The Confederate states became eligible after the war ended. The Morrill Act of extended support to 17 states with segregated schools. The act granted funding for black colleges, creating a group of Negro land-grant universities commonly referred to as the s.