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What defines an elite institution? These higher ed presidents don’t all agree

Communication breakdown was a common thread troubling leaders when discussing some of higher education's chief issues at The Presidents Dinner in Washington, D.C. last week.

Remuneration under inflation: Adjusted faculty salaries and benefits continue to plummet

From fall 2019-22, full-time faculties' inflation-adjusted salary declined by 7.5%, driven by a CPI-U hike rivaling rates 40 years ago.

President moves: hearty welcomes and rocky goodbyes

Several presidents who decided to hang up their cleats and move on were lauded for their accomplishments, while others... not so much.

These leaders’ commitment to DEI got them the nod for president

Despite recent pushback against diversity, equity and inclusion among several states, a number of colleges have recently hired presidents based on their commitment to that principle. Several are also coming in as either the first woman or the first of their race or ethnicity to lead their school.

Here are the top 10 higher education stories of 2022

College rankings, university presidents and politics were top of mind for college leaders clicking on UB Daily throughout the year.

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