ERIC Number: EJ715912
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Dec-3
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 51, Number 15, December 3, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v51 n15 Dec 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This December 3, 2004 issue of "Chronicle for Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "For Student-Loan Borrowers, Good Credit Where It's Due" (Gross, Karen); (2) "Redemption and American Politics" (McAdams, Dan P.); (3) "Alexander: Great Then, Grating Now" (Holt, Frank L.); (4) "Biology, Culture, and Persistent Literacy Dystopias" (Barash, Nanelle R.; Barash, David P.); (5) "American Wars for Liberty and Power" (Anderson, Fred; Cayton, Andrew); (6) "An Itinerary for Guiding Our Students" (Turchi, Peter); (7) "People Doing Strange Things with Electricity" (Engber, Daniel); (8) "Corporate Sponsorship, Lack of Freedom Said to Imperil Medical Studies in Canada" (Birchard, Karen); (9) "Corruption, Mayhem and Murder on India's Campuses: Student-Government Campaigns, Following the Lead of the National Parties, Take Politics to a New Low" (Neelakantan, Shailaja); (10) "Community Colleges Struggle to Foster 'Engagement', Survey Finds" (Evelyn, Jamilah); (11) "Four Rules for Saving a Fraternity" (Farrell, Elizabeth F.); (12) "Librarian Finds Publisher's Journals Ran Identical Articles without Notice" (Carlson, Scott); (13) "Oracle Advances in Bid to Take over PeopleSoft as Most Shareholders Say They Are Ready to Install" (Carnevale, Dan); (14) "Outsourcing the Dorm Network" (Kiernan, Vincent); (15) "Colleges Seek a Record Number of Patents: Survey Reports Almost $1-Billion in Licensing Revenue for Academe in 2003" (Blumenstyk, Goldie); (16) "Spending Bill Allows Government to Cut Back on Pell Grants" (Burd, Stephen); (17) "Earth Movers" (Lloyd, Marion); (18) "No Reply: It's Not Just Candidates for Faculty Job who Think Hiring Committees Need a Lesson in Civility" (Phillips, Steve); (19) "Failing to Motivate" Why Does a Poor Grade Inspire One Student to Do Better and Another to Do Worse?" (Lang, James M.); (20) "Interim and Internal: Administrators Who Accept a Temporary Appointment Can Expect a Rough Ride If They Also Apply for the Permanent Job" (Dowdall, Jean); (21) "How One 2-Year College Draws Female Professors" (Jacobson, Jennifer); (22) "How One Woman Defied the Odds in a Male-Dominated Discipline" (Fogg, Piper); (23) "Where the Elite Teach, It's Still a Man's World: The Woman Who Do Get Hired at Major Research Universities Often Find a "Toxic Atmosphere" (Wilson, Robin); and(24) "Congress Gives Lean Increases for Student Aid and Research: Omnibus Spending Bill Does Provide Plenty of Pork for Colleges" (Field, Kelly).
Descriptors: Higher Education, Debt (Financial), Student Loan Programs, Politics of Education, Biology, Literacy, Democracy, Energy, Foreign Countries, Medical Schools, Corporate Support, Crime, Community Colleges, Student Participation, Publishing Industry, Fraternities, Computer Software, Dormitories, Intellectual Property, Educational Finance, Grants, Search Committees (Personnel), Interpersonal Relationship, Student Motivation, Administrators, Research Universities, Women Faculty, College Faculty, Gender Issues, Student Financial Aid, Federal Aid
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Canada; India