Larry Diamond papers, 1969-1977.

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Diamond, Larry Jay. Larry Diamond papers, 1969-1977.

Larry Diamond papers, 1969-1977.

Collection includes memos, minutes, reports, correspondence, and background materials from Diamond's work on the ASSU Task Force on Tenure and Teaching Quality (1976) and the Subcommittee on Female Admissions of the Committee on Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid (1971-72), of which he was the chairman. The charge to this committee was to assess the impact of admitting significantly more female students to Stanford.

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Stanford University. Committee on Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid. Subcommittee on Female Admissions.

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Biographical/Historical Sketch The Subcommittee was charged in November 1970 to assess the impact on the University of increasing the total undergraduate enrollment through the admission of significantly more females, considering issues of student housing, faculty, facilities, and income from increased tuition. From the guide to the Stanford University, Committee on Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid, Subcommittee on Femal...

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Larry Diamond received all of his degrees from Stanford University: BA in 1974, an MA in 1978, and a PhD in sociology in 1980. He taught sociology at Vanderbilt University from 1980 to 1985 before returning to Stanford as a fellow at the Hoover Institution, where he is now a senior fellow as well as a professor of political science and sociology by courtesy. From the description of Larry Diamond papers, 1969-1977. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 464973309 ...