In the News
AbstractIn the News SAGE Publications, Inc.1961DOI: 10.1177/000276426100500401 Long-range plans for the devel. of intl. studies at U. of Michigan have been announced in connection with $3 million Ford F. grant. Of total, $1.58 million will give 10 yr. support to grad. training and res. programs under the U. M. centers for Chinese Studies, Japanese Studies, and Near and Middle Eastern Studies. Balance will give 5 yr. aid to Center for Southern Asian Studies, Center for Russian Studies, Program for Foreign and Comparative Law, Center for Research on Econ. Devel., overseas portion of Program in Business Studies, and Center for Research on Conflict Resolution (details in a forthcoming issue of ABS) ... A Harvard Study reports '4 of its budget comes from federal aid, no trouble with government interference, but dangers of imbalances (to be reported more fully in ABS for Jan.) ... also gave $4.5 millions total to Princeton and Washington U. for international studies emphasizing non-Western areas ... U. of Michigan Sch. of Social Work rec'd $261M from Russell Sage F. for general beefing up ... Harvard got $100M for endowment in indus. relations in honor of Kestnbaum from union and from late K's company ... Dept.