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Presidents Of Iowa State University - Presidents of Iowa State University - W. Robert Parks
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W. Robert Parks
1915 – July 13, 2003) was the 11th president of Iowa State University ... political science Berea College, Kentucky (1937) M.A ... political science University of Kentucky (1938) PhD political science University of Wisconsin–Madison (1945) Achievements Research administration with the Bureau of Agricultural Economics (1940 ...
List Of Presidents Of Iowa State University - Presidents of Iowa State University - W. Robert Parks
... political science Berea College, Kentucky (1937) M.A ... political science University of Kentucky (1938) PhD political science University of Wisconsin–Madison (1945) Achievements Research administration with ... Ellen was the first woman to receive a PhD in political science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison ...

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    The university is no longer a quiet place to teach and do scholarly work at a measured pace and contemplate the universe. It is big, complex, demanding, competitive, bureaucratic, and chronically short of money.
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