Employed full time in their separate professional education fields of dental hygiene, respiratory therapy, and residence hall coordination, the writers of the essays in this issue of Draftings participated with me in an advanced seminar in the history and philosophy of higher education during the fall semester of 1986. We came together weekly for reflection and what one might call socratic therapeutic dialogue. The fact that the year 1986 marked the 350th anniversary of the founding of Harvard College provided a springboard for the seminar, since the history of higher education in the United States began with the founding of Harvard in 1636.
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Kimball, Jack F.
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