ERIC Number: EJ715999
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Dec-17
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 51, Number 17, December 17, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v51 n17 Dec 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This December 17, 2004 issue of "Chronicle for Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Here's the Problem with Being So 'Smart'" (Williams, Jeffrey J.); (2) "How Should Public Colleges Price Their Product" (Kurz, Kathy; Scannell, Jim); (3) "And Have You Been a Good Little Epistemologist" (Romano, Carlin); (4) "Godel and Einstein: Friendship and Relativity" (Yourgrau, Palle); (5) "What We Waste When Faculty Hiring Goes Wrong" (Dettmar, Kevin J. H.); (6) "An Ear for Leadership" (Crutcher, Ronald A.); (7) "Love Letter to a University" (Rossouw, Henk); (8) "Is 'Fair Access' Fair to Universities? The British Government's Push to Bring More Low-Income Students to College Has Created Tension in Higher Education" (Labi, Aisha); (9) "Brawls, Sex, and Money: Another Routine Year in College Sports" (Suggs, Welch); (10) "The Other Performance-Enhancing Drugs: More College Students Are Taking Prescription Stimulants like Adderall to Help Them Study" (Nichols, Kendra); (11) "New 911 Systems Allow Campuses to Improve Emergency Services" (Carnevale, Dan); (12) "A President's Toughest Call: Penn State's Graham Spanier Could Take the Coaching Legend Joe Paterno out of the Game, but What Is the Penalty for Sacking Your Star Fund Raiser?" (Strout, Erin); (13) "State Spending on Higher Education up Slightly, a Reversal from Previous Year" (Hebel, Sara); (14) "Federal Civil-Rights Officials Investigate Race-Conscious Admissions" (Schmidt, Peter); (15) "Colleges May Get a Break on Hazardous-Waste Rules: Proposed Change by EPA Follows Crackdown and Years of Lobbying by Institutions" (Field, Kelly); (16) "Lead Author Removes Name from Disputed Prayer Study" (Guterman, Lila); (17) "Judge or Judge Not? For Universities, Professional Societies, and Academic Journals, Blurred Responsibility and the Threat of Lawsuits Are Steep Hurdles to Disciplining Plagiarists" (Glenn, David); (18) "Mentor vs. Protege" (Bartlett, Thomas; Smallwood, Scott); (19) "The Fallout: What Happened to Six Scholars Accused of Plagiarism" (Smallwood, Scott); (20) "Professor Copycat: Four Academic Plagiarists You've Never Heard of; How Many More Are out There?" (Bartlett, Thomas; Smallwood, Scott); and (21) "Colleges Face Rising Costs for Computer Security: Institutions Spend More to Defend Their Networks, A Chronicle Survey Finds" (Foster, Andrea L.).
Descriptors: Social Change, Higher Education, Tuition, Popular Culture, Scientific Concepts, College Faculty, Teacher Selection, Exhibits, Foreign Countries, Access to Education, College Athletics, Drug Use, Emergency Programs, Computer Security, Athletic Coaches, Fund Raising, Educational Finance, College Admission, Hazardous Materials, Educational Research, Plagiarism, Intelligence
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom