Education for Public Administration: Graduate Preparation in the Social Sciences at American Universities

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INDEX
Administrators
experience of successful, 56
opinions of on curriculums See Questionnaire
Aikin, Charles, 187
Allen, Russell H., 139
Allen, William H., 136n, 137n, 138n
American Association of Schools of Social Work, 14n
American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admission to the Bar, 105
American Political Science Association, 37
Committee on Practical Training for Public Service, 138
training round table, 1937, 29n, 73n, 186n
American University
program as a whole, 281-82
School of Public Affairs, 273-82
academic awards, 278-79
consultant-teachers, 73
curriculum, 276-77
faculty, 277, 280
financed by tuition fees, 274
Hall of Nations Program, 279
instruction methods, 278
purpose and philosophy, 275-76
research program, 279
students
diversity of, 274-75, 280-81
educational interests of, 275
selection of, 281
training
facilities, physical, 278, 281
factors favorable to, 279-80
in-service, 75, 102, 124, 274ff
limitations, 280-81
organization for, 273-74
pre-entry, 273
Anderson, Gaylord W., 219
Anderson, William, 214, 219-20
Apprenticeships, 9, 141-42, 163, 167, 188, 246-48, 250, 255, 271, 306-9 See also Interns in government
Ascher, Charles S., 161
Assistants to manager, 21
Auxiliary staff work, 53-57, 77, 117
preparation for, 55-57
qualifications for, 26-27
usefulness of courses appraised, 54-55
Barnard College, 8
Beard, Charles A., 137n, 138-40
Belsley, G. Lyle, 298n
Benson, George C. S., 14n, 147-48 150, 155n
Bevis, Howard L., 232, 233n
Beyle, Herman C., 161, 164
Bird, F. H., 180
Black, John D., 232-33
Blanchard, Arthur H., 139
Blough, Roy, 183n
Borgese, G. A., 299n
Brecht, Arnold, 22n, 243n
Bromage, Arthur W., 147
Brooklyn College, 8
Brooks, Earl, 5, 155n, 280n
Brown, Esther Lucile, 14n
Brownrigg, William, 148
Bruening, Heinrich, 232, 237n
Bruère, Henry, 135n, 136n, 138n
California
civil service-examinations, 188, 193 See also California. State Personnel Board
interns in government, 9, 188-89
local governments, 188
personnel recruiting, 9
California. State Personnel Board, 9, 76, 79, 188-89, 269
California, University of (at Berkeley)
Bureau of Public Administration, 185, 190-96
consultant-teachers, 73
curriculum, 186-88
facilities, physical, 194
faculty, 192
graduate seminars, 189-90
graduates, records of, 39n
interdepartmental cooperation, 192, 194-95
students
placement of, 188-90
selection of, 185-86, 196
training
limitations, 195-96
organization for, 190-92
purpose and philosophy, 185-86
resources for, 192ff
California, University of Southern
academic awards, 260, 262-63, 265, 268
bulletin, 40, 267
Civic Center Trojan, 271
consultant-teachers, 73
School of Government, 258-73
curriculum, 261-65
faculty, 258, 271
graduates, occupations of, 269-71

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