ERIC Number: EJ715295
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Mar-12
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 50, Number 27, March 12, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v50 n27 Mar 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This March 12, 2004 issue of "Chronicle of Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Fewer Stem Cells Available, NIH Says" (Brainard, Jeffrey); (2) "California Voters Approve a $2.3-Billion Bond Measure for Higher Education" (Hebel, Sara); (3) "Graduate Students at Penn Walk Out for 2 Days" (Smallwood, Scott); (4) "Abstractions, Quite Naturally"; (5) "Sex and Booze: Two Steps to Winning Football" (Sperber, Murray); (6) "Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring in American Culture" (Kammen, Michael); (7) "The Urgent Need to Study Islamic Anti-Semitism" (Kressel, Neil J.); (8) "Gucci Shoes and Khachapuri: Power and Belief in Russia Today" (Brent, Jonathan); (9) "What If the Yankees Were Run Like a Public University?" (Yudof, Mark); (10) "Working-Class Voices in Scholarly Discourse" (Hasan, Hakim); (11) "Complain, Complain: A Widely Published Scholar Wonders Why Academics Gripe so Much about How Hard They Work" (Lester, David); (12) "Teaching and the Butterfly Effect: Can the Small Events that Transpire over the Course of a 60-Minute Class Period Change Someone, Somehow, for the Better, for a Lifetime?" (Haas, Heather A.); (13) "An Unhappy Interim: Temporary Appointees May Claim that They Don't Want the Permanent Post, but What If They Secretly Do?" (Minner, Sam); (14) "Do-It-Yourself Journalism" (Carlson, Scott); (15) "In Japan, Radical Reform or Same Old Subservience? National Universities Wonder How Much Freedom They Will Be Given under Looser Government Oversight" (Brender, Alan); (16) "Investigation into U. of Colorado Football Sex Scandal Deepens" (Jacobson, Jennifer); (17) "College Football's Championship Will Grow by a Game" (Suggs, Welch); (18) "Harvard Gives a Break to Parents Who Earn Less than $40,000 a Year" (Basinger, Julianne; Smallwood, Scott); (19) "College Board Chooses Pearson to Grade SAT Writing Test: Educational Testing Service Will Continue to Handle Other Portions of the Exam" (Farrell, Elizabeth F.); (20) "Colleges that Serve Minorities May Fall behind in Technology, Report Warns" (Carnevale, Dan); (21) "Nobody Likes a Snitch: The Backlash Against a Student Who Said He Reported File Sharing Suggests that Online Piracy on Campuses Will Be Hard to Stop" (Read, Brock); (22) "Collective Knowledge Becomes Computing Power at Mississippi Valley State University"; (23) "ITT Educational Services Is Sued for Fraud and Searched by Federal Agents" (June, Audrey Williams); (24) "A Contrarian Approach to Technology Transfer: Universities Should Use Inventions to Seek Relationships with Companies, Not Big Profits, Says Santa Cruz's Gerald Barnett" (Blumenstyk, Goldie); (25) "Bush Cuts 2 Dissenters from Federal Bioethics Advisory Council" (Brainard, Jeffrey; Smallwood, Scott); (26) "Security at Home Creates Insecurity Abroad: With Fewer Foreign Students Applying to U.S Colleges, Federal Visa Rules Get the Blame" (Arnone, Michael); (27) "On Mars, NASA Rover Finds Evidence of Water that Could Have Supported Life" (Monastersky, Richard); (28) "Smashing Gold: Physicists Reach Back Toward the Big Bang to Study How Matter Is Built" (Monastersky, Richard); (29) "Flight of the Snowbirds: Established Faculty Members in the North Find Academic Winter Havens" (Wilson, Robin); and (30) "Plan to Punish Big Increases in Tuition Is Dropped: Republican Sponsor Says Colleges Are Doing Better at Controlling Costs" (Burd, Stephen).
Descriptors: Current Events, World Affairs, Higher Education, Scientific Research, Genetics, Graduate Students, College Athletics, Popular Culture, Islam, Racial Bias, Power Structure, Public Colleges, Working Class, College Faculty, Teaching Conditions, Temporary Employment, Journalism, Government Role, Foreign Countries, College Athletics, Sexuality, Family Income, Tuition, Grading, Standardized Tests, Minority Groups, Educational Technology, Deception, Computer Software, Information Technology, Technology Transfer, School Business Relationship, Ethics, Federal Government, National Security, Foreign Students, Physics
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial; Journal Articles
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
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