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Land-grant Universities, at Crossroads or Precipice?
In 1862, Congress passed the Morrill Act, which paved the way for our system of public higher education. We’ll look at how America’s public and land-grant universities are faring today as they face budget cuts, aging resources, and, at times, criticism.
Daniel Mark Fogel, professor of English at the University of Vermont, where he also served as president. He is co-editor of Precipice or Crossroads? Where America's Great Public Universities Stand and Where They are Going Midway through their Second Century.