Why Service Matters

On March 12, 2015, guest speaker  Professor Larry Gerber, author of  The Rise and Decline of Faculty Governance (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014) spoke to GVSU faculty about Why Service Matters.

From the JHUP website: "Larry Gerber, formerly the chair of the American Association of University Professors’ Committee on College and University Governance and the national vice president of the AAUP, is professor emeritus of history at Auburn University. He is the author of  The Irony of State Intervention: American Industrial Relations Policy in Comparative Perspective, 1914–1939 and The Limits of Liberalism: Josephus Daniels, Henry Stimson, Bernard Baruch, Donald Richberg, Felix Frankfurter, and the Development of the Modern American Political Economy."

 

 

Watch the video of his presentation.  The CLAS Faculty Council thanks Professor Gerber for his permission to share his talk.  Special thanks to the Modern Languages & Literatures Department for videotaping this presentation.

This talk and the two discussion sessions which followed were produced by the CLAS Faculty Council and sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences as part of the annual Out of the Box Series.  For more information, see the webpage.

An Out of the Box series production



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