ERIC Number: EJ715529
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Mar-5
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 50, Number 26, March 5, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v50 n26 Mar 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This March 5, 2004 issue of "Chronicle of Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Good Policies on Student Vaccination can Inoculate College Against Risk" (Alexander, Beth); (2) "Deaniac Students: You Have a Lot to Be Proud of" (Goldstein, Warren); (3) "Knock, Knock. Who's Not There? College Humor" (Romano, Carlin); (4) "Recipe for an Affordable Supercomputer: Take 1,100 Apples" (Aref, Hassan); (5) "Sending Astronauts to Mars: A Quaint, Costly, Needless Proposal" (Park, Robert L.); (6) "How Much Is a Manatee Worth?" (Scully, Malcolm G.); (7) "Research on Biodefense Can Get Generous Funds, but with Strings Attached" (Tucker, Jonathan B.); (8) "For Siblings, Inequality Starts at Home" (Conley, Dalton); (9) "A Place of Her Own" (Franciosi, Robert); (10) "Neutral Ground for Research" (Brainard, Jeffrey); (11) "The Arab World's Scientific Desert: Once a Leader in Research, the Region Now Struggles to Keep Up" (Castillo, Daniel Del); (12) "Colorado's Coach-Cop Coalition" (Suggs, Welch); (13) "Ethics Bowls Exercise Students' Moral Muscles: For Contestants, Wrestling with Dilemmas is a Major Sport" (Borrego, Anne Marie); (14) "Cornell Tries a New Publishing Model: Scholarship on Demand" (Carlson, Scott); (15) "Western Washington U. Will Eschew Protection of New Copyright Law" (Carnevale, Dan); (16) "Colleges Weigh Benefits of Hooking Laundry Rooms up to the Internet" (Kiernan, Vincent); (17) "Ah, Shoot: Freshman at Duke get to Know Each Other by Making Digital Videos about Their First Year in College" (Read, Brock); (18) "U. of Pittsburgh Sues to Gain Share of Ownership in Medical Imaging Technology" (Blumenstyk, Goldie); (19) "So, What's the Inside Scoop? An Insider's Information about a Job Opening Can Be as off Base as an Outsider's Ignorance" (Perlmutter, David D.); (20) "In Praise of Eccentric Professors: With their Bizarre Behavior and Magnificent Obsessions, Oddball Academics Are a Glue that Holds Together the Culture of RU" (Benton, Thomas H.); (21) "Make 'em Cry: In Defending Academe, Administrators Have Been Diplomatic and Reasonable-Now It's Time to Be Blunt" (Fish, Stanley); (22) "4 Years after a Scandal, a President Steps Down: Albright College Chief, Who Survived Questions about His Credentials, Quits on the Eve of a Capital" (Basinger, Julianne); (23) "Since Court Ruled, Fewer Black Students Have Applied to Michigan and Ohio State" (Schmidt, Peter); (24) "U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Ban on Awarding of State Financial Aid to Theology Students" (Selingo, Jeffrey); (25) "How Sound Is Bush's 'Sound Science'? Leading Scientists Say the White House Distorts Research Data to Meet Its Policy Goals" (Brainard, Jeffrey); (26) "Publishers Grapple with Trade Embargoes: Some Flout Moratorium on Papers by Scientists from 4 Countries" (Guterman, Lila); (27) "Men, Empathy, and Autism: A British Researcher Offers a New Theory about the Developmental Disorder that Has Skyrocketed among Children" (Cohen, David); (28) "Texas Campus Is Puzzled by Federal Agents' Inquiry into Conference on Islam" (Arnone, Michael); (29) "The Drake Affair: A University Tries to Sort out Why the Federal Government Subpoenaed Student Records after an Antiwar Conference" (Walsh, Sharon); (30) "State Move to Limit Increases in Tuition: Colleges Say Raising Fees Is the Only Way They Can Make Up for Budget Cuts" (Klein, Alyson); and (31) "Labor Board Rules against TA Unions: Decision Is Major Blow to Organizing Efforts at Private Colleges" (Smallwood, Scott).
Descriptors: Higher Education, Risk, Disease Control, Computers, Humor, Animals, Biochemistry, National Security, Siblings, Family Environment, Foreign Countries, Scientific Research, Ethics, Moral Values, Scholarship, Faculty Publishing, College Presidents, Student Financial Aid, Tuition, Autism
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial; Journal Articles
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Colorado