ERIC Number: EJ715406
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Jul-9
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 50, Number 44, July 9, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v50 n44 Jul 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This July 9, 2004 issue of "Chronicle of Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Learning Communities Can Be Cohesive-And Divisive" (Jaffee, David); (2) "The Ghosts of War" (Appy, Christian G.); (3) "There's Such a Thing as Way Too Public" (Hall, Kermit L.); (4) "A Wide-Open Search Provides Many Advantages" (Petersen, John D.); (5) "Choose Public-College Presidents in the Sunshine but Know When to Draw the Shades" (Hearn, James C.; McLendon, Michael K.); (6) "At Last We Can Replace Lectures" (Detweiler, Richard); (7) "Why the E-Learning Boom Went Bust" (Zemsky, Robert; Massy, William F.); (8) "The Two Freuds" (Brottman, Mikita); (9) "When the Honeymoon Is Over: At Some Point, the Courting Ends and the Hot Young Ph.D. Has to Peel Potatoes Like the Rest of Us" (Perlmutter, David D.); (10) "Freelance Fumblings: For a Ph.D-Turned-Writer, Things Got Much Worse on His Way to a Business Model" (Erard, Michael); (11) "Taking Care of Your Life: No One Survives a 40-Year Career in this Business, or Any, Without Confronting Personal Tragedy" (Lang, James M.); (12) "Where Youth Grows Pale, and Spectre-Thin, and Dies" (Rocca, Francis X.); (13) "Judge Rules Against Harvard Professor" (Karlin-Resnick, Joshua); (14) "Bound for Asia: A Small Nonprofit Group has Supplied More than Half the English Language Books in China's Academic Libraries" (Jen, Lin-Liu); (15) "Football, Television and the Supreme Court: How a Decision 20 Years Ago Brought Commercialization to the World of College Sports" (Suggs, Welch); (16) "Library Groups Join Effort to Ease Copyright Law's Restrictions on Digital Sharing" (Foster, Andrea L.); (17) "Senate Approves Harsher Penalties for Copyright Violators; A Second Bill Opens the Door to Joint Patents" (Foster, Andrea L.; Burd, Stephen); (18) "The Next Information Superhighway: Universities Are Creating a Muscular New Computer Network, but It Offers More Than Some Want" (Kiernan, Vincent); (19) "Keeping Searches Secret: More and More States Are Allowing Their Public Colleges to Mount Presidential Searches without Disclosing the Identities of the Candidates" (Arnone, Michael); (20) "New Book Accuses Education Department of Research Errors That Skewed Policy Making" (Glenn, David); (21) "Worried on the Right and the Left: Provision Being Considered on Capitol Hill Would Urge Colleges to Present Diverse Viewpoints" (Klein, Alyson; Burd, Stephen); (22) "Hot Type" (Monaghan, Peter); (23) "A Chinese University, Elite Once More: Tsinghua U., Once Stripped of Its Science Programs, Now Competes with America for Graduate Students" (Jen, Lin-Liu); (24) "Battling the Image of 'A Nerd's Profession': Universities Devise Programs to Lure More Students to Engineering" (Field, Kelly); (25) "Page Wars: Global Competition Heats up Over Scientific Papers" (Monastersky, Richard); (26) "Is There a Science Crisis? Maybe Not: Leaders Warn of a Labor Shortage in the U.S., but Indicators Point to an Oversupply" (Monastersky, Richard); (27) "U.S. Grand Jury Indicts Two Professors over Getting Bacteria for Artwork" (Wilson, Robin); (28) "Around New Jersey in Five Days: New Faculty Members at Rutgers Take a Field Trip to Improve Their Teaching and Research" (Arnone, Michael); (29) "The Long Road to Avonlea" (Birchard, Karen); and (30) "Kerry Offers Proposals to Hold Down Tuition Costs: Colleges That Keep Fees Low and Enroll the Needy Would Get Extra Money."
Descriptors: Higher Education, College Freshmen, Cooperative Learning, College Presidents, Teaching Methods, Computer Uses in Education, Doctoral Programs, Authors, Teaching (Occupation), Court Litigation, Foreign Countries, English (Second Language), Academic Libraries, College Athletics, Copyrights, Federal Legislation, Computer Networks, Public Colleges, Educational Research, Educational Policy, Multicultural Education, Graduate Study, Engineering Education, Scientific Research, Labor Market, Faculty Development, Art Materials, Tuition
Chronicle of Higher Education, 1255 23rd Street, NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20037. Web site: http://chronicle.com.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: China; New Jersey