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Manpower Institute Introduced Categories: Academics, Centers Timelines: Culverhouse Centennial

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The Manpower Institute was instituted in 1972 in the early days of Jack Fielden’s deanship. It was ran by Chuck Odewahn and Allan Spritzer who submitted grant proposals for the institute and helped in the circulation of research. In 1975, Trevor Bain joined as research director of the institute and then later became the director of the institute. The primary purpose of the institute was to encourage faculty research in manpower, industrial relation, and human resources.