ERIC Number: EJ715123
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Jun-18
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 50, Number 41, June 18, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v50 n41 Jun 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This June 18, 2004 issue of "Chronicle for Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "What Would Higher Education Do with $6-Billion a Year?" (Shireman, Robert); (2) "For Frank Newman, Everything Was Possible" (Levine, Arthur); (3) "American Idioms Have Gone Missing" (Yagoda, Ben); (4) "2 Pictures of China's Resources, Both Grim" (Scully, Malcolm G.; (5) "Annually Adjusted Rates would Avoid Catastrophe" (Hassett, Kevin A.; Shapiro, Robert J.); (6) "An Important Tool to Pay off College Debt" (Miller, George); (7) "How the GI Bill Changed Higher Education" (Greenberg, Milton); (8) "Reclaiming the Mission of Graduate Education" (Stimpson, Catharine R.); (9) "What Feminism Means to Today's Undergraduates" (Dube, Kate); (10) "Grateful for Tenure, but...: Is It Normal to Find Trapped Once You Finally Reach the Promised Land?" (Harper, Lewis); (11) "Do I Need the Credential?" (Drozdowski, Mark J.); (12) "Avoiding the Role of Straight Man: An English Professor Learned about Being a Chairman Not from Any Orientation, but from Two Academic Novels" (Baron, Dennis); (13) "Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the Silver Spartan" (Biemiller, Lawrence); (14) "Top South Korean U. Taps American Physicist to Be Its Next President" (Brender, Alan); (15) "India Struggles to Meet Demand for Higher Education: Private Institutions Fill the Gap, but Face Many Hurdles" (Neelakantan, Shailaja); (16) "Catholic U. Denies Student's Bid to Start NAACP Chapter" (Karlin-Resnick, Joshua); (17) "A College's Near-Death Experience: Dedicated Alumnae and a Willingness to Adapt Have Helped Wilson College Survive Long after a Crisis" (Hoover, Eric); (18) "Some Men's Teams Are in Peril in Division I-A" (S.W.); (19) "African Virtual U. Will Drop Broadcasts and Use the Internet" (Carnevale, Dan); (20) "Never, Ever out of Touch: Dartmouth Is One of Several Colleges that Find Benefits in Switching to Internet-Based Telephones" (Carnevale, Dan); (21) "Durham and Goliath: Some Neighbors Fear Duke's Plan to Develop Its Campus Could Encroach on Local Businesses" (June, Audrey Williams); (22) "Ronald Reagan Remembered: His Administration Proposed Numerous Cutbacks in Federal Aid, and Stood Watch over the Beginning of the Culture Wars" (Arnone, Michael); (23) "Federal Grading System Gives University Research High Marks" (Brainard, Jeffrey); (24) "An Honored Symbol to Some, a Racist Mascot to Others: A 15-Year Battle over U. of Illinois's Chief Illiniwek Finally May Be Coming to a Close" (Selingo, Jeffrey); (25) "Prayer, Pregnancy, and Prison" (Guterman, Lila); (26) "Sex and the Cellblock" (Monaghan, Peter); (27) "Madness in Maximum Security: When Scholars Get a Look Inside America's Secretive Prisons, They Find Chaos" (Monaghan, Peter); (28) "Government Investigates Buffalo Professor Who Uses Bacteria in His Artwork: Subpoenas Cite Security Concerns, While Fellow Artists Say Federal Officials Are Going Too Far" (Wilson, Robin); (29) "U. Of Rhode Island Professor Finds Peril in Publishing on the Internet" (Wilson, Robin); (30) "Hello... I Must Be Going: Most Assistant Professors at Top Ivy League Universities Won't Be Sticking around for the Long Term" (Fogg, Piper); (31) "Sense and Censorship" (Raftery, Isolde; Resnick, Joshua Karlin; Nichols, Kendra); and (32) Small Colleges Lag on Sports Opportunities for Women: Major Programs Take the Critical Heat but Actually Do Better, New Data Show" (Suggs, Welch).
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Finance, Language Patterns, Foreign Countries, Resources, Debt (Financial), Loan Repayment, Federal Legislation, Graduate Study, Feminism, Undergraduate Students, Tenure, College Faculty, Instructional Leadership, College Presidents, Private Colleges, African American Students, Student Organizations, Alumni, College Athletics, Internet, Telecommunications, Business, Federal Aid, Grading, Educational Research, Racial Bias, American Indians, Art Materials, Hazardous Materials, Faculty Publishing, Correctional Institutions, Artists, Teacher Persistence, Censorship, Small Colleges, Teaching Assistants
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial; Journal Articles
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: China; India; Rhode Island; South Korea