EDU 657 Week 2 DQ 2 Resilience in American Higher Education

EDU 657 Week 2 DQ 2 Resilience in American Higher Education

Author: Lester Dunn



Large scale philanthropy contributors who offered substantial gifts such as foundations, trusts, and estates were necessary to higher education budgets in order to pay for salaries, services and the construction of new buildings. The transformation of philanthropy in American higher education was the coming together of industry and religion in what was termed the “Protestant work ethic.” Discuss why this was important to wealthy entrepreneurs.

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