The third critical piece of the land-grant
system -- the Agricultural Extension Service (now Cooperative Extension) -- was created with the passage of the Smith-Lever Act in 1914.
NIFA provides support to historically black colleges and universities that were designated at as land-grant
universities in the Second Morrill Act in 1890.
Here we sit, number forty-nine in land-grant
holdings out of fifty states, fifty-five years after Egan's veto.
The results of this study indicate that there is a statistically significant, weak association between the initiation of organizational portfolio management and the institutional characteristics of Type, Size, Land-Grant
Status, and Carnegie Class, as illustrated in figure 2.
institutions face similar challenges with graduating students.
Should we not give our best students opportunities consistent with their needs in much the same way many land-grant
institutions often provide extensive resources and opportunities for under-prepared students who enter their hallowed halls?
Supreme Court Decisions Re: Florida Land-Grants
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Seven lectures from a series to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Iowa State University's History of Technology and Science Program explore issues encountered by engineering schools in US land-grant
colleges over the past 140 years.
Peter Magrath, president of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant
Set in and near the author's hometown and covering the first half of the 20th century, the story begins with Dieter Stumpf, an immigrant who settles on a 20-acre land-grant
plot high atop a seashore bluff and establishes an onion farm.
The research group, composed of 12 land-grant
institutions, has collaborated since 1987 and has studied 794 family businesses in great detail.
Saturday's festivities celebrated roots that go back to the days when California was a Spanish land-grant