Publication Date

January 1996

Abstract

From Alumni Views, Robert H. Bluestein (’67), “ILR addressed the social and economic issues of the times and sought to provide students with the tools to find solutions to many of the problems confronting society in the mid-to late-sixties. This was a period easily described as volatile, evolutionary, and sometimes revolutionary. As would have been the case at any vibrant institution, the curriculum and the students at ILR reflected those times.” Includes: Alumni Views of ILR; The Creation of the Alpern Scholarship and Prize; and A Professor’s Perspective.

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Suggested Citation
Gruenfeld Goldberg, E. (Ed)., McKersie, R., Miller, J. Gormly, Aronson, R., & Julian, R. (Compilers). (1996). The ILR School at Fifty: Voices of the Faculty, Alumni & Friends (pp. 195-209). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University. http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/ilratfifty/12/

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