Neal Gross, a sociologist whose special interests are human relations problems in educational organizations and role theory, has been appointed Professor of Education. He came to Harvard in 1951 as lecturer in sociology and education, and has been an associate professor since 1956. As Director of Harvard's School Executive Studies, Dr. Gross published "Who Runs Our Schools?" last year.
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