Title:Ralph M. Kramer papers, 1954-2001 (bulk 1964-1991)
Creator/Contributor:Kramer, Ralph M., creator
Contains correspondence, writings, course materials, research proposals, and miscellaneous papers.
Subject:University of California, Berkeley. -- School of Social Welfare.
Nonprofit organizations -- Case studies
Social service -- California
Social service -- Research -- California
Ralph M. Kramer earned a Bachelors degree in 1942 and a Masters degree in Social Work in 1946 from the University of California,
Berkeley. From 1946 through 1961 Kramer was active as a social worker, family service agency executive and county planning
officer. Kramer was the first person to earn a Ph.D. in the School of Social Welfare at the University of California, Berkeley
in 1964, where he later became a professor from 1973-1991. His research and writings concentrate on the behavior in non-profit
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