Depression, Recovery and Higher Education: A Report by Committee Y of the American Association of University Professors. The Draft of This Report Was Prepared by Malcolm M. Willey

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Absence (see Leaves of absence)
Academic freedom, cases involving, 84
and loyalty legislation, 446, 449
principles governing, 456
and public pressures, 450
public support of, 456
and state governments, 352
Academic income (see Income)
Academic rank, and depression, 23
and living costs, 59
and salary cutting, 43
and travel allowances, 113
Academic salaries, supplements to, 142
Academic unemployment, offsets to, 32
Adjustment to depression, by faculties, 135
Administration, expenditures for, 185
Administrative staff and depression, 129
Administrators, antagonism toward, 145
attitude, toward salary cuts, 44
toward staff, 91
Adult education, in emergency agencies, 397
stimulation of, 389
Advancement, factors influencing, 139
Agreements among institutions, 213
Agricultural Adjustment Administration,
adult education program of, 397
personnel of, 33
Agriculture and land-grant legislation, 357
Allen, C. B., 286
Ambitions, of faculty families, 137
American Association of Collegiate Regis­ trars, evaluation of data of, 516, 520
study of enrolments by, 226, 230, 231
American Association of University Pro­ fessors, chapter distribution, 21
chapter meetings of, 93
committee on academic freedom, 451
organization of, 452
American Association of University Pro­ fessors, potential statistical services of, 525
reports of Committee Z., 57
as a statistical source, 523, 525
American Civil Liberties Union on free­ dom of teaching, 461
American Council on Education and financial reports, 152
American Library Association, statistical data of, 188, 513
American Statistical Association, 52
American Student Union, origin of, 316
Angell, J. R., on loyalty legislation, 446, 449
Angell, R. C., on student attitudes, 310,
311, 314 on student radicalism, 320
"Appearances" in faculty life, 137
Appointment policy, deficiencies in, 78
in depression, 74, 80
Appointments, 64-86
of instructors, 74
length of, 80
model pattern of, 80
present practice in making, 77
Appropriations, factors influencing, 455
restrictions imposed in making, 347
Arbitrariness of administrators, 90
Architecture, enrolments in, 252
Arnett, Trevor, 174, 515
Assistant professors, appointment of, 80 numbers of, 26
Assistants (see Student assistants)
Associate professors, appointment of, 80
numbers of, 26
Association of American Colleges, survey by, 208
Athletics, noninclusion of, 6
Attendance (see Enrolments)
Attitudes, of administrators, toward leaves of absence, 419
toward staffs, 91

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