ERIC Number: EJ714851
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Feb-6
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 50, Number 22, February 6, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v50 n22 Feb 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This February 6, 2004 issue of "Chronicle for Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "The Academic Job Forum"; (2) "Should Your Private Life Be Public News? Volunteering Too Much Is Not in Your Best Interest, and It Might 'Frighten the Horse'" (Ms. Mentor); (3) "Job Sharing on the Tenure Track: To Make Time for Their Children, Two Academics Opt to Share a Faculty Position and a Half" (Rubley, Julie Nicklin); (4) "Ignoring My Inner Lawyer: A Former Adjunct Finds that the Tenure Track Gives Him the Freedom to Be a Better Teacher" (Benton, Thomas H.); (5) "An Old New Immigration Policy, Flaws and All" (Daniels, Roger); (6) "The Taking of My Leave" (Treckel, Paul A.); (7) "Why Do Graduate Students Drop Out?"; (8) "To Impress an Admissions Officer, Read Something Worth Writing About" (Schiff, Marjorie A.); (9) "Managing Endowments in 2004" (Sedlacek, Verne O.; Clark, Sarah E.; Yates, Timothy); (10) "The Origins of Occidentalism" (Buruma, Ian); (11) "Winning Lost Causes" (Lobel, Jules); (12) "A Brush with History" (Blumenstyk, Goldie); (13) "Italian Scholar Cancels Visit to NYU to Protest U.S. Security Measures" (Labi, Aisha); (14) "Bill to Increase Tuition in Britain Passes Its First Test, Narrowly" (Galbraith, Kate); (15) "The Dons Run Cambridge--But Should They? Professors Say Their Wielding the Ultimate Authority Has Made the University Great: Reformers Charge That the System Blocks Needed Changes" (Galbraith, Kate); (16) "Southwestern Conference Universities Struggle to Get off NCAA Probation" (Klein, Alyson); (17) "Justice Department to Look into Alleged Threat to Students' Voting Rights" (McLemee, Scott); (18) "In Baby Boomlet, Number of New High-School Graduates is Projected to Rise" (Jacobson, Jennifer); (19) "Colleges That Transmit Sound and Video Online Reluctantly Discuss Strategy for Answering Patent Claim" (Carlson, Scott); (20) "Legal Scholars Oppose Bill That Would Prevent Reuse of Information from Databases" (Foster, Andrea L.); (21) "Online" (Read, Brock); (22) "The Downloading Beat Goes On: Illegal Sharing of Music Continues Unabated; Colleges Look for New Solutions" (Read, Brock); (23) "How One University Missed Out on the Rising Tide of NIH Funds...and Another Caught the Wave" (Brainard, Jeffrey); (24) "Mourn Communism?" (Byrne, Richard); (25) "Federal Court Upholds Plan to Settle Mississippi Desegregation Case" (Hebel, Sara); (26) "Please Leave, Already: Lack of Space and High Costs are Forcing States to Push Students through More Quickly" (Arnone, Michael); (27) "Major-League Monopolies" (Glenn, David); (28) "Smackdown in the School Yard" (Glenn, David); (29) "Where the Cold War Still Rages: 'Totalitarian' and 'Revisionist' Historians Debate Who Was Right; Some Say It's Time to Move on" (Gomstyn, Alice); (30) "Tenure Denials Lead to Union Organizing at Carroll College" (Smallwood, Scott); (31) "The Clash over Middle East Studies: Critics Say the Programs Are Biased against U.S. Foreign Policy and Need a Review Board" (Jacobson, Jennifer); (32) "What the NIH Bought with Double the Money: After Five Years, $13.6 Billion Has Produced Few Major New Treatments and Little Spreading of Research Wealth, but the Agency's Leaders and Supporters Counsel Patience" (Brainard, Jeffrey); and (33) "Boards Crack Down on Members' Insider Deals: Recent Scandals Trigger New Scrutiny of Trustees" (Basinger, Julianne).
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Higher Education, Teaching (Occupation), Volunteers, College Faculty, Job Sharing, Immigration, Public Policy, Graduate Students, Dropouts, College Admission, Endowment Funds, History, National Security, Western Civilization, Tuition, Educational Change, Governance, College Athletics, Voting, High School Graduates, Telecommunications, Intellectual Property, Databases, Online Courses, Music, Educational Finance, Social Systems, School Desegregation, Acceleration (Education), Political Issues, Violence, Tenure, Unions, Foreign Policy, Research, Boards of Education, Trustees
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
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