Women in Higher Education

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Acknowledgments

The Fifty-fifth Annual Meeting of the American Council on Education, held in Miami Beach, October 4-6, 1972, was planned by the editors of this volume with the generous help of Martha E. Peterson, Mina Rees, members of the Council's staff, and representatives of several higher education associations. We regret that space limitations make it impossible to include in this volume all the fine papers that were prepared for discussion and wish here to acknowledge the contributions of the following participants, some of whom have published their papers elsewhere: Suzanne S. Armacost, Margaret H. Arter, Mary Woods Bennett, Ruth C. Benson, Audrey C. Cohen, Thorndike Deland, Alvin C. Eurich, Konnilyn G. Feig, Marilyn Gittell, Barbara B. Green, George L. Hall, Elizabeth H. Kaynor, Miriam G. Keiffer, Catherine Kerr, Gerda Lerner, Elizabeth S. Lyman, J. Barry McGannon, Norma C. Noonan, Rosemary Park, Betti Pate, J. Stanley Pottinger, Geraldine Rickman, Lorene L. Rogers, Steven B. Sample, Gertrude J. Selznick, James S. Smoot, John E. Smylie, Sandra S. Tangri, M. Elizabeth Tidball, and Robert A. Wallhaus.

A rough estimate of the number of persons involved in the administration of the meeting and the editing of the book, at the Council, at Barnard College, and in the institutions and organizations represented by our contributors, is a staggering 200. We wish to thank all of them by recognizing as their representatives Council staff members Olive Mills, senior editor, Douglas F. Bodwell, staff associate, and Lilyan S. Kahn and Ruth C. Smith, administrative secretaries.

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