The University System of New Hampshire: Is there something wrong here?

Cook, Bradford E.
October 1995
New Hampshire Business Review;10/27/95, Vol. 17 Issue 22, p15
Focuses on the University System of New Hampshire. Anti-education attitude in New Hampshire; Provision of permanent leadership; Duties of the chancellor's office.


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