Chapters Four and Five from the textbook explore several topics relating to the Age of University Building and the “Golden Age” of colleges impacting higher education between the years of 1880-1920. For example, one significant event was the Quest for the Great American University, when 14 university presidents from institutions such as Harvard, Cornell, and Johns Hopkins met to form the Association of American Universities. Another significant issue during this time frame was philanthropy on a large scale. This was significant because it was the first time universities had a permanent financial base. Using or any other digital tool develop a timeline of five or more significant events and/or topics that you find interesting and that influenced higher education from 1880 to 1920. Use some creativity with this assignment. You may include pictures, diagrams, and text. Text should include a brief summary for each of the selected significant event and/or topic. A few topics you may want to explore are: Attach your assignment and a link to your assignment if produced digitally in a web-based program for easy access by your instructor. Graduate level writing requires adherence to APA format, must be free of mechanical and grammatical errors, and include at least three scholarly sources in addition to the course text. References should support your thinking and be cited in-text as well as in the required reference page. The Course Text is: Thelin, J. R. (2011). A history of American higher education (2nd ed.). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. **Page Requirement: At least 3 Pages** Carefully review the for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.
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