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Freshman enrollment at the Columbia campus of the University of Missouri has fallen by more than 35 percent since the institution’s well-publicized and racially driven student protests in November 2015, […]
With the Trump Administration proposing massive cuts to social programs like food vouchers, children’s health insurance, social disability for the elderly, and temporary assistance for needy families, the Nation faces […]
Sian Beilock has been named the new president of Barnard College, the women’s institution that’s part of Columbia University. As executive vice provost at the University of Chicago, she oversaw […]
Over the past decade, some higher education institutions have introduced the next generation of mentoring practices to expand development opportunities to more of their employees, integrate the these initiatives into […]
Folks ask us about popular college career programs – for example, the emergent death care industry – after all, “people are dying to get in.” Just ask any baby boomer […]
No institution can be better than its faculty. An institution can be better than its president, its football team, its library and its food service—but if the faculty are weak, […]
Janice Orlov has been named vice president for administration and finance at West Chester University in Pennsylvania. She will oversee the university’s finance, budget and business services, as well as […]
There are many programs that call themselves “college in prison.” Most lean toward job training and teaching skills that prisoners can use upon their release. Bard College’s Prison Initiative, also […]
On some college campuses, the endangered species aren’t in the environmental science textbooks. They’re in the president’s office. Based on a wide array of real and perceived performance issues, university […]
A January memorandum issued by Richard Griffin, the current general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, has further stoked long-running debate over whether university students should be deemed “employees” […]
The “perfect storm” of a weak economy, the expansion of for-profit schools and greater competition for fewer students has forced many colleges to become more strategic about their survival, and […]
Hispanic community leader Juan Salgado has been appointed chancellor of the City Colleges of Chicago. A recipient of a MacArthur Foundation “genius” fellowship, he leads Instituto del Progreso Latino, a […]
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