Ad pros denied teaching jobs?

August 1992
Advertising Age;8/10/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 32, p20
Trade Publication
Presents a commentary by Sid Bernstein on David Herzbrun's Forum piece on teaching affiliation with schools of advertising and how they were spurned unceremoniously. Requirements for professors in colleges and universities; Attention that the article attracted; Discussion.


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