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Comparison of Theory with Observation for the Minor Planets by Leuschner A. O.

By Leuschner A. O.

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It was quite embarrassing. Back in New York, although I had no formal administrative responsibilities, I did try to get NYU’s program in higher education better known in the local geographic area. I started a “Colloquium on Higher Education” and recruited speakers from colleges and universities to make presentations. Participants came from all around the metropolitan area. I tried to organize meetings of the NYU alumni so that they could act as recruiters. I visited nearby colleges and universities which, at my suggestion, had set up meetings for their junior administrators who might be interested in learning about NYU’s advanced degree programs.

I had great ideas (he said immodestly), but they were not in the priority areas of the funding agencies. I never learned what so many of my colleagues in the field did learn – give the funders what they want and piggyback your own research onto the research that has to be done for the funders. Much of my writing and publication has not, therefore, been based on my own empirical research, but on my research and reading in the library. I made many proposals to the AERA and ASHE annual meetings, most of which 36 HIGHER EDUCATION: HANDBOOK OF THEORY AND RESEARCH, VOL.

Bringing Bob Birnbaum in was perfectly in line with that leadership strategy (though the human relations tactics employed left something to be desired). I’ll have a little more to say about this later when I describe a situation at another institution. Alas, for me, the decision meant a loss of momentum and of the warm relationships with fine colleagues at TC. On the other hand, it forced me to take stock of my professional situation and gave me an opportunity to establish myself in a different setting with an agenda that met my needs.

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