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APPENDI X C LETTER TO EVALUATORS COMMITTEE ON AN ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY-RELATED CHARACTERISTICS OF RESEARCH-DOCTORATE PROGRAMS IN THE UNITED STATES Established by the Conference Board of Associated Research Councils Office of the Staff Director / Natiorsal Research Council / 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W. / Washington, D.C. 20418 April 14, 1981 Dear As you may already know, our committee has undertaken an assessment of research-doctorate programs in U.S. universities. The study is exam- ining approximately 2,650 programs in 31 fields in the arts and humanities, biological sciences, engineering, physical and mathematical sciences, and social sciences. A study prospectus is provided on the reverse of this page. You have been selected from a faculty list furnished by your institu- tion to evaluate programs offering research-doctorates in the field of Psychology. On the first page of the attached form is a list of the 150 programs that are being evaluated in this field. These programs produce more than 90 percent of the doctorate recipients in the field. In order to keep the task manageable, you are being asked to consider a randomly selected subset of 50 of these programs. These are designated with an asterisk in the list on the next page and are presented in random sequence on the evaluation sheets that follow. Please read the accompanying instructions carefully before attempting your evaluations. We ask that you complete the attached survey form and return it in the enclosed envelope within the next three weeks. The evaluations you and your colleagues render will constitute an important component of this study. Your prompt attention to this request will be very much appreciated by our committee. Sincerely, I.. Gil -aim-/ V A,,,., Lyle Jones For the Study Committee Enclosures COMMITTEE MEMBERS Marcus Alexis Winfred P. Lehmann Kumar Patel Robert M. Bock Saunders Mac Lane Michael 1. Pelczar, Jr. Lyle V. Jones, Co-Chairman Philip E. Converse Nancy S. Milburn Jerome B. Schneewind Gardner Lindzey, Co-Chairman James H. M. Henderson Lincoln E. Moses Duane C. Spriestersbach Paul A. Albrecht Ernest S. Kuh James C. Olson Harriet A. Zuckerman 227

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228 RESEARCH-DOCTORATE PROGRAMS IN THE FIELD OF PSYCHOLOGY (* DESIGNATES THE PROGRAMS WHICH YOU ARE ASKED TO EVALUATE ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES.) INSTITUTION - DEPARTMENT/ACADEMIC UNIT * ADELPHI UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, TUSCALOOSA - EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, TEMPE - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, TUCSON - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, FAYETTEVILLE - PSYCHOLOGY AUBURN UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY BAYLOR UNIVERSITY, WACO - PSYCHOLOGY ROSEMEAD GRAD SCH OF PROF PSYCHOLOGY - SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY BOSTON UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY BROWN UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY BRYN MAWR COLLEGE - PSYCHOLOGY PROF PSYCHOLOGY, SAN DIEGO - PSYCHOLOGY PROF PSYCHOLOGY, BERKELEY - PSYCHOLOGY CALIF SCH OF CALIF SCH OF UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, MANIA BARBARA - PSYCHOLOGY CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY - CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO - BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI - PSYCHOLOGY CUNY, THE GRADUATE SCHOOL - PSYCHOLOGY CLAREMONT GRADUATE SCHOOL - PSYCHOLOGY CLARK UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FT COLLINS - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, BOULDER - PSYCHOLOGY COLUMBIA UNIV-GRAD SCHOOL OF ARTS ~ SCI - PSYCHOLOGY TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIV - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT, STORES - PSYCHOLOGY CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, NEWARK - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF DENVER BERKELEY - PSYCHOLOGY DAVIS - PSYCHOLOGY IRVINE - PSYCHOBIOLOGY (SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES) IRVINE - COGNITIVE SCI/SOCIAL RELATIONS (SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCI) LOS ANGELES - PSYCHOLOGY RIVERSIDE - PSYCHOLOGY SAN DIEGO - PSYCHOLOGY - PSYCHOLOGY DE PAUL UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT - PSYCHOLOGY DUKE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY EMORY UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY * FORDHAM UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY FULLER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY (PASADENA) - PSYCHOLOGY * GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY * GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY, ATLANTA - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS - PSYCHOLOGY HARVARD UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL RELATIONS UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII - PSYCHOLOGY HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON - PSYCHOLOGY ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIV OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO CIRCLE - PSYCHOLOGY INDIANA UNIVERSITY, BLOOMINGTON - PSYCHOLOGY IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY, AMES - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, IOWA CITY - PSYCHOLOGY JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS - HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY LIFE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS - PSYCHOLOGY KENT STATE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY - PSYCHOLOGY LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY, THE BROOKLYN CENTER - PSYCHOLOGY LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, BATON ROUGE - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE - PSYCHOLOGY LOYOLA UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK - PSYCHOLOGY MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, AMHERST - PSYCHOLOGY MIAMI UNIVERSITY (OHIO) - PSYCHOLOGY

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229 * ,,: * UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI (FLORIDA) - PSYCHOLOGY MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST LANSING - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI, OXFORD - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, COLUMBIA - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA, MISSOULA - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, ALBUQUERQUE - PSYCHOLOGY NEW SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH (NYC) - PSYCHOLOGY NEW YORK UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL - PSYCHOLOGY NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, GREENSBORO - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA, GRAND FORKS - PSYCHOLOGY NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON - PSYCHOLOGY NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, DE KALE - PSYCHOLOGY NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME - PSYCHOLOGY OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY OHIO UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, STILLWATER - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE - PSYCHOLOGY PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH - PSYCHOLOGY PRINCETON UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY PURDUE UNIVERSITY, WEST LAFAYETTE - PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND - PSYCHOLOGY RICE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER - PSYCHOLOGY RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, NEW BRUNSWICK - PSYCHOLOGY RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, NEWARK - PSYCHOLOGY SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COLUMBIA - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA, VERMILLION - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - PSYCHOLOGY SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, CARBONDALE - PSYCHOLOGY UNIV OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI, HATTIESBURG - PSYCHOLOGY STANFORD UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE - PSYCHOLOGY FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, TALLAHASSEE - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, TAMPA - PSYCHOLOGY SUNY AT ALBANY - PSYCHOLOGY SUNY AT BINGHAMTON - PSYCHOLOGY SUNY AT BUFFALO - PSYCHOLOGY SUNY AT STONY BROOK - PSYCHOLOGY SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY TEMPLE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE - PSYCHOLOGY TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, FORT WORTH - PSYCHOLOGY TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY, LUBBOCK - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN - PSYCHOLOGY TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY, DENTON - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO - PSYCHOLOGY TULANE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, SALT LAKE CITY - PSYCHOLOGY UTAH STATE. UNIVERSITY, LOGAN - PSYCHOLOGY VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT - PSYCHOLOGY VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIV - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA - PSYCHOLOGY WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN - PSYCHOLOGY WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY (ST LOUIS) - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE - PSYCHOLOGY WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE - PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING - PSYCHOLOGY YALE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY YESHIVA UNIVERSITY - PSYCHOLOGY

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230 INSTRUCTIONS At the top of the next page please provide the information requested on the highest degree you hold and your current field of specialization. You may be assured that all information you furnish on the survey form is to be used for purposes of statistical Description only and that the confidentiality of your responses will be protected. On the pages that follow you are asked to judge 50 programs (presented in random sequence) that offer the research-doctorate. Each program is to be evaluated in terms of: (1) scholarly quality of program faculty; (2) effectiveness of program in educating research scholars/scientists; and (3) change in program quality in the last five years (see below). Although the assessment is limited to these factors, our committee recognizes that other factors are relevant to the quality of doctoral programs, and that graduate programs serve important purposes in addition to that of educating doctoral candidates. a list of the faculty members signficantly involved in each program, the name of the academic unit in which the program is offered, and the number of doctorates awarded in that program during the last five years have been printed on the survey form (whenever available). Although this information has been furnished to us by the institution and is believed to be accurate, it has not been verified by our study committee and may have a few omissions, misspellings, or other errors. Before marking your responses on the survey form, you may find it helpful to look over the full set of programs you are being asked to evaluate. In making your judgments about each program, please keep in mind the following instructions: (1) Scholarly Quality of Program Facultv. Check the box next to the term that most closely corresponds to your judgment of the quality of faculty in the research-doctorate program described. Consider only the scholarTy competence and achievements of the faculty, It is suggested that no more than five programs be designated "distinguished." (2) Effectiveness of Program in Educating Research Scholars/Scientists. Check the box next to the term that most closely corresponds to your judgment of the doctoral program's effectiveness in educating research scholars/scientists. Consider the access- ibility of the faculty, the curricula, the instructional and research facilities, the quality of graduate students, the performance of the graduates, and other factors that contribute to the effectiveness of the research-doctorate program. Change in Program Oualilv in Last Five Years. Check the box next to the term that most closely corresponds to your esti- mate of the change that has taken place in the research- doctorate program in the last five years. Consider both the scholarly quality of the program faculty and the effectiveness of the program in educating research scholars/scientists. Com- pare the quality of the program today with its quality five years ago--not the change in the programs relative standing among other programs in the field. In assessing each of these factors, mark the category "Don't know well enough to evaluate" if you are unfamiliar with that aspect of the program. It is quite possible that for some programs you may be knowledgeable about the scholarly quality of the faculty, but not about the effectiveness of the program or change in program quality. For each of the programs identified, you are also asked to indicate the extent to which you are familiar with the work of members of the program faculty. For example, if you recognize only a very small fraction of the faculty, you should mark the category "Little or no familiarity." Please be certain that you have provided a set of responses for each of the programs identified on the following pages. The fully completed survey form should be returned in the enclosed envelope to: Committee on an Assessment of Quality-Related Characteristics of Research-Doctorate Programs National Research Council, JH-638 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20418 Our committee will be most appreciative of. your thoughtful assessment of these research- doctorate programs. We welcome any comments you may wish to append to the completed survey form.

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231 PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: HIGHEST DEGREE YOU HOLD: ( ) PH.D. ( ) OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY): YEAR OF HIGHEST DEGREE: INSTITUTION OF HIGHEST DEGREE: YOUR CURRENT FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION (CHECK ONLY ONE): A. ( ) CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY B. ( ) COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE C. ( ) DEVELOPMENTAL/GERONTOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY D. ( ) EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY E. ( ) EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY F. ( ) INDUSTRIAL/PERSONNEL PSYCH. FORM NO. 4126-76 G. ( ) PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY H. ( ) PSYCHOMETRICS I. ( ) SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY J. ( ) SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY K. ( ) PSYCHOLOGY, GENERAL L. ( ) OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY): INSTITUTION: UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN DEPARTMENT/ACADEMIC UNIT: PSYCHOLOGY TOTAL DOCTORATES AWARDED 1976-80: 67 FORM NO. 4t26-01 PROFESSORS: William d. ARNOLD, James K. COLE, Richard A. DIENSTBIER, Frank J. DUDEK. Herbert HOWE, Donald D. JENSEN, Alvin W. LANDFIELD, Monte M. PAGE, Bruce D. SALES, Harry P. SHELLEY, Theo P. SONDEREGGER ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS: John d. BERMAN, Virginia A. BERMAN, Daniel d. BERNSTEIN, dames L. CONNOR, John H. FLOWERS, David Scott HARGROVE, P. Clayton RIVERS, Brian P. V. SARATA ASSISTANT PROFESSORS: Natalie P. PORTER, William D. SPAULDING SCHOLARLY QUALITY OF PROGRAM FACULTY 1. ( ) DISTINGUISHED 2. ( ) STRONG 3. ( ) GOOD 4. ( ) ADEQUATE 5. ( ) MARGINAL 6. ( ~ HOT SUFFICIENT FOR DOCTORAL EDUCATION O. ( ) DON'T KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO EVALUATE FAMILIARITY WITH WORK OF PROGRAM FACULTY 1. ( ) CONSIDERABLE FAMILIARITY 2. ( ) SOME FAMILIARITY 3. ( ) LITTLE OR NO FAMILIARITY EFFECTIVENESS OF PROGRAM IN EDUCATING RESEARCH SCHOLARS/SCIENTISTS 1. ( ) EXTREMELY EFFECTIVE 2. ( J REASONABLY EFFECTIVE 3. ( ) MINIMALLY EFFECTIVE 4. ( ) NOT EfFECTIVE O. ( ) DON'T KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO EVALUATE CHANGE IN PROGRAM QUALITY IN LAST FIVE YEARS 1. ( ) BETTER THAN FIVE YEARS AGO 2. ( ) LITTLE OR NO CHANGE IN LAST FIVE YEAR 3. ( ) POORER THAN FIVE YEARS AGO O. ( ) DON'T KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO EVALUATE

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232 INSTITUTION: UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, SALT LAKE CITY FORM NO. 4126-02 DEPARTMENT/ACADEMIC UNIT: PSYCHOLOGY TOTAL DOCTORATES AWARDED 1976-80: 71 PROFESSORS: James F. ALEXANDER, Irwin ALTMAN, Ernst G. BEIER, Martin M. CHEMERS, Victor B. CLINK, Leslie COOPER, Donna M. GELFAND, Oakley J. GORDON, Donald P. HARTMANN, William A. JOHNSTON, Raymond P. KESNER, Michael E. LAMB, Marigold LINTON, Harold C. NIELSON, Paul B. PORTER, David C. RASKIN, Charles P. SHIMP, Calvin W. TAYLOR, Charles N. UHL, B. Jack WHITE ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS: David H. DODD, Thomas MALLOY, Richard F. SMITH, Charles W. TURNER, Carol WERNER ASSISTANT PROFESSORS: S. W. MILLER, Frederick RHODEWALT, Barbara ROGOFF, Donald S. STRASSBERG SCHOLARLY QUALITY OF PROGRAM FACULTY 1. ( ) DISTINGUISHED 2. ( ) STRONG 3. ( J GOOD 4. ( ) ADEQUATE 5. ( ) MARGINAL 6. ( ) NOT SUfFICIENT FOR DOCTORAL EDUCATION O. ( ) DON'T KNOW WELL ENOUGH JO EVALUATE FAMILIARITY WITH WORK OF PROGRAM FACULTY 1. ( ) CONSIDERABLE FAMILIARITY 2. ( ) SOME fAMILIARITY 3. ( ) LITTLE OR NO FAMILIARITY EFFECTIVENESS OF PROGRAM IN EDUCATING RESEARCH SCHOLARS/SCIENTISTS 1. ( ) EXTREMELY EFfECTIVE 2. ( ) REASONABLY EFFECTIVE 3. ( ) MINIMALLY EFFECTIVE 4. ( ) NOT EFFECTIVE O. ( ) DON'T KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO EVALUATE CHANGE IN PROGRAM QUALITY IN LAST FIVE YEARS 1. ( ) BETTER THAN fIVE YEARS AGO 2. ( ) LITTLE OR NO CHANGE IN LAST FIVE YEAR 3. ( ) POORER THAN FIVE YEARS AGO O. ( ) DON'T KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO EVALUATE INSTITUTION: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE FORM NO. 4126-03 DEPARTMENT/ACADEMIC UNIT: PSYCHOLOGY TOTAL W CTORATES AWARDED 1976-80: 126 PROFESSORS: Yvonne BRACKBILL, William W. DAWSON, Donald A. DEWSBURY, Franz R. EPTING, Jacquelin R. GOLDMAN, Harry A. GRATER dr, Charles M. LEVY dr, Norman N. MARKEL, Merle E. MEYER, Henry S. PENNYPACKER Jr, Nathan W. PERRY Jr, Paul G. SCHAUBLE, Barry R. SCHLENKER, Marvin E. SHAD Charles J. VIERCK dr, Wilse B. WEBB, Robert C. ZILLER ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS: Afesa M. BELL, William K. BERG, Marc N. BRANCH, Walter R. CUNNINGHAM, Ira S. FISCHLER, Richard A. GRIGGS, James M. JOHNSTON, Edward F. MALAGODI Jr, Patricia H. MILLER, Scott A. MILLER, Dorothy D. NEVILL, Lawrence d. SEVERY, David I. SUCHMAN, Richard M. SWANSON, Carol VANHARTESVELDT ASSISTANT PROFESSORS: Hi 1 liam J. FROMING, Benjamin J. ROBERTS, Richard R. SCOTT, Carolyn M. TUCKER Robert d. WALDBILLIG, Keith D. WHITE OTHER STAFF: Benjamin BARGER, Rosie P. BINGHAM, Joseph M. KOLARIK SCHOLARLY QUALITY OF PROGRAM FACULTY 1. ( ) DISTINGUISHED 2. ( ) STRONG 3. ( ) GOOD 4. ( ) ADEQUATE 5. ( ) MARGINAL 6. ( ) NOT SUFFICIENT FOR DOCTORAL EDUCATION O. ( ) DON'T KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO EVALUATE FAMILIARITY WITH WORK OF PROGRAM FACULTY 1. ( ) CONSIDERABLE FAMILIARITY 2. ( ) SOME FAMILIARITY 3. ( ) LITTLE OR NO FAMILIARITY EFFECTIVENESS OF PROGRAM IN EDUCATING RESEARCH SCHOLARS/SCIENTISTS 1. ( ) EXTREMELY EFFECTIVE 2. ( ) REASONABLY EFFECTIVE 3. ( ) MINIMALLY EFFECTIVE 4. ( ) NOT EFFECTIVE O. ( ) DON'T KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO EVALUATE CHANGE IN PROGRAM QUALITY IN LAST FIVE YEARS 1. ( ) BETTER THAN FIVE YEARS AGO 2. ( ) LITTLE OR NO CHANGE IN LAST fIVE YEAR 3. ( ) POORER THAN fIVE YEARS AGO O. ( ) DON'T KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO EVALUATE