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ERIC Number: EJ716294
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Sep-17
Pages: N/A
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0009-5982
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 51, Number 4, September 17, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v51 n4 Sep 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This September 17, 2004 issue of "Chronicle of Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Just Deserts: A New Assistant Professor Wonders About the Price of Ascending the Academic Ranks" (Coleman, Jon T.); (2) "Breaking the Spell: How a Ph.D. in History Finally Resisted the Lure of the Academic Job Market" (Hoyt, David L.); (3) "Prepare for Departure: A Historian Begins a Chronicle of his Fulbright Year in Poland" (Phelps, Christopher); (4) "Colleges Should Mobilize to Protect Voters' Rights" (Loeb, Paul Rogat); (5) "University Pressures Require Better Management Skills" (Bernuth, Patrick); (6) "Permutations of New-World Experiences Rejuvenate Jewish-American Literature" (Weber, Donald); (7) "Smart, Pretty, Popular, and in Need of Professors' Understanding" (Dziech, Billie Wright); (8) "Whose Culture Is It, Anyway?" (Reyes, Elizabeth A.); (9) "A Maverick Theatre Director Finds an Appreciative Audience" (Kafka, Alexander C.); (10) "Hindu-Supremacist Group Sues India's Education Minister" (Neelakantan, Shailaja); (11) "Learning to Save the Rain Forest, One Small Business at a Time: An Unusual Costa Rican University Teaches Students to Be Earth-Friendly Entrepreneurs" (Lloyd, Marion); (12) "Competition for Broadcasting College Sports Heats Up" (Suggs, Welch); (13) "Winning Sports Teams Have Little Effect on Colleges, Report Says" (Jacobson, Jennifer); (14) "The Battle over the Booth: Students Organize Challenges to Restrictive Voting Laws in an Effort to Increase Election Turnout" (Farrell, Elizabeth F.; Hoover, Eric); (15) "Company that Claims Controversial Patents Offers Colleges New Licensing Plans" (Carnevale, Dan); (16) "With This Enrollment, A Toy Surprise: Colleges Give Out iPods, Cellphones, and More--for Educational Reasons, of Course" (Carlson, Scott); (17) "Big Trouble in Charm City: Community Colleges Are Thriving Nationwide, but One in Baltimore Is Beset by Turmoil Over Remedial Courses and Governance" (Evelyn, Jamilah); (18) "From Microscopes to Mars: Where Bush and Kerry Stand on Science" (Brainard, Jeffrey; Field, Kelly); (19) "Political Scientists Convene to Probe and Predict U.S. Elections" (Glenn, David); (20) "Delving into Democracy's Shadows: The Sociologist Michael Mann Took a Detour from his Epic Study of Power in Human History: It Led Him Straight to the Horrors at the Center of Modern Life" (McLemee, Scott); (21) "Taking Control of the Classroom: Faculty Members Devise Strategies to Keep Rude Students in Order" (Bartlett, Thomas); (22) "Many Colleges Fall Short on Registering Student Voters: A Third Have Not Complied with New Requirements, a Chronicle Survey Finds" (Farrell, Elizabeth F.; Hoover, Eric); (23) "Where They Stand on Higher Education: Bush's Focus on School Reform, and a Tight Budget, Have Made College Issues a Lower Priority" (Burd, Stephen); and (24) "Where They Stand on Higher Education: Kerry Pushes Tax Credits, A Student-Loan Overhaul, and Tuition Controls" (Selingo, Jeffrey).
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
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Costa Rica; India