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Answers to expected problems posed by witnesses
1. Its difficult to get people to move out west.
2. Lack of faculty and facilities. Allowing enrollments to double without resources was a decision of college administrators. They can control enrollment if they want.
3. Not enough facoltyrs.-5...7; -;- i::-.. Academic administrators predict a drop in total college and engineering enrollment by '84 so do not want to add to faculty for the short term.
The committee has invited testimony from the academics, if you will the producers of the product, and from industry/ government the users of the product but not from the product: the working. engineer.