1959 -- The University of Wichita self-survey report
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University of Wichita. The University of Wichita self-survey report. Hugo Wall, ed. Wichita, Kansas, January 1959. vii, 207 pages.
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Purposes and objectives -- Faculty and Instruction -- Curriculum and degrees -- Students -- Library and audio-visual center -- Administration -- Finances -- Physical facilities -- Research and publication -- Alumni and former students -- The University of Wichita Graduate School -- Plans for the future -- Comparative standing of the University of Wichita -- Department study for doctoral program in Chemistry -- Institutional studies and the University self-survey project
The purpose has been to examine critically all phases of university operations with a view to uncovering their strengths and weaknesses, particularly those relevant to the proposed Ph.D. program in Logopedics. It has proved to be a most helpful effort, both in deepening our understanding of the University and its operations, and in pointing-up the areas which need strengthening. This document is a report upon this critical self-analysis. The faculty and the Board of Regents have authorized the presentation of this report to the Commission on Colleges and Universities of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. An outline of the subject matter to be studied in the self-survey was prepared by John Rydjord, then dean of the Graduate School, and Emory Lindquist, dean of the faculties. General editor of the report was Hugo Wall, dean of the Graduate School.