Harold Sponberg, Address to Fall Faculty Conference, 1972
Harold Sponberg served as Eastern Michigan University president from 1965 to 1974. In this address at the 1972 Fall Faculty Conference, Sponberg begins with a humorous synopsis of the duties of administrators, deans, and secretaries, before moving on to express his view that good decision making on the part of teachers depends primarily on insight, and the ability to recognize the different ways in which students learn. Sponberg also announces the appointment of a committee to investigate the differences in pay, workload, and hiring between men and women at EMU.
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Sponberg, Harold, "Harold Sponberg, Address to Fall Faculty Conference, 1972" (1972). Speeches. 49.