Table of Contents: University Business, Jul 2008

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Cover Story

Substance abuse, depression, and eating disorders are ever-present problems on college and university campuses. But higher ed leaders are on the case.

Feature

Feature

Higher ed responds to higher numbers of students facing depression and other mental health issues with a holistic approach.
Development offices are using constituent relationship management technology to advance their fundraising goals.
Five public safety directors share their insights on securing a campus and how current issues are shaping that responsibility.
An interview with NASFAA President Philip Day
How prospective students are tracking down institutions' environmental records and using them in the college decision-making process
Substance abuse, depression, and eating disorders are ever-present problems on college and university campuses. But higher ed leaders are on the case.
Armed with new data, campus leaders are taking a more broad-based approach to handling substance-abuse issues.

Focus

Viewpoint

10 simple rules for crushing innovation and maintaining a culture of inertia

Money Matters

What students arriving from community colleges expect and need

Financial Aid

How to help students avoid borrowing pitfalls

Human Resources

How to deal with staff and faculty who are addicts

In Every Issue

Editor's Note

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End Note

Cures for college-sponsored program woes