A Setting For Excellence, Part II
The Story of the Planning and Development of the Ann Arbor Campus of the University of Michigan
An important contribution to understanding the evolution of the American university
Frederick W. Mayer was the University Planner for the University of Michigan from 1968 to 2003. He was a Henry Rutgers Scholar at Rutgers and a Sears Fellow in City Planning at Cornell, as well as a founding member of the Society for College and University Planning, and editor of Planning for Higher Education. Frederick Mayer has written numerous articles and lectured extensively on the subject of college and university planning.