Bruce K. Nelson, Address to Faculty Senate, 1971
Bruce K. Nelson served as Eastern Michigan University Vice President for Instruction for 21 years, from 1954 to 1975. In this address, Nelson emphasizes the idea that the teachings of higher education change with the underlying cultural currents of society. Nelson stresses that without continuous, institutional change, teachers will become victims of their own success.
Bruce Nelson, Richard Nixon, Northern Michigan University, Post-Industrial society, Future Shock, The Greening of America, societal upheaval, Cambodia
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Nelson, Bruce, "Bruce K. Nelson, Address to Faculty Senate, 1971" (1971). Speeches. 47.