ERIC Number: EJ714883
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Apr-30
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 50, Number 34, April 30, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v50 n34 Apr 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This April 30, 2004 issue of "Chronicle for Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Why Michigan State Opted Out" (Eddington-Shipman, Richard); (2) "How Private Sector Can Help More Students" (Nelsen, William C.); (3) "Aid-Award Pitfalls: Why Intuition Is Not Enough" (Kurz, Kathy; Scannell, Jim); (4) "Confessions of a Recovering Admissions Officer" (Toor, Rachel); (5) "Achieving Diversity with Michigan in Mind" (Caperton, Gaston); (6) "Marketing Institutions and Recruiting New Students: What Works Best?" (Black, Jim); (7) "How the Web Can Speak to Prospective Students" (Stoner, Michael); (8) "Know Thyself: 5 Strategies for Marketing a College" (Hesel, Richard A.); (9) "Americans See Money for College Somewhere over the Rainbow" (Sanof, Alvin P.); (10) "Coping with Special Demands of Student-Information Systems" (Hossler, Donald R.); (11) "How Enrollment Management Has Transformed--or Ruined--Higher Education" (Hossler, Donald); (12) "More Students Will Vote and Fewer Approve of Bush, Poll Finds" (Farrell, Elizabeth); (13) "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Studying how Online Footnotes Vanish" (Carlson, Scott); (14) "More College Students Turn to Apple's (Legal) Music-Sharing Program" (Carlson, Scott); (15) "For Online Adjuncts, a Seller's Market" (Carnevale, Dan); (16) "Community Colleges at a Crossroads" (Evelyn, Jamilah); (17) "Maine Reorganization Plan Bedeviled by Lack of Details" (Arnone, Michael); (18) "Loan Ranger" (Field, Kelly); (19) "A Dangerous Surplus of Sons?" (Glenn, David); (20) "Across Europe, Chasing the Money" (Labi, Alisha); (21) "NCAA Moves Forward on Academic Penalties and Recruiting Restrictions" (Suggs, Welch); (22) "Dear Would-Be Dean" (Briggs, Palmer); (23) "Real Estate and Your Academic Career" (Benton, Thomas H.); (24) "NYU Averts Strike, but Columbia U. Walkout Goes Forward" (Fogg, Piper; Smallwood, Scott); (25) "Report Faults U. of Pittsburgh Department for Faculty-Student Relationships" (Suggs, Welch; Walsh, Sharon); (26) "Disappearing Act: The Invisible Adjunct Shuts down Her Popular Weblog and Says Goodbye to Academe" (Smallwood, Scott); (27) "A Little Mouse's Long Tale" (Lipka, Sara); (28) "Apocalypse How?" (Troop, Don); and (29) "Immigrant Students Ask for a Chance at College: The Dream Act Would Let Them Pay In-State Tuition" (Hoover, Eric).
Descriptors: Delivery Systems, Internet, Part Time Faculty, College Faculty, Teacher Persistence, Student Financial Aid, Private Sector, College Admission, Administrator Role, Student Diversity, Student Recruitment, College Students, Marketing, Web Sites, Coping, Information Systems, Enrollment Management, Voting, Computer Uses in Education, Music, Community Colleges, Educational Change, Foreign Countries, Educational Finance, College Athletics, Deans, Teacher Strikes, Teacher Student Relationship, Real Estate, Immigrants, Tuition, Higher Education
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial; Journal Articles
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Maine; Michigan; New York; Pennsylvania