ERIC Number: EJ716308
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-Jan-28
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 51, Number 21, January 28, 2005
Chronicle of Higher Education, v51 n21 Jan 2005
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This January 28, 2005 issue of "Chronicle for Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Wasting Money: A Failed Fund-Raising Trip Makes a Development Officer Rethink How He Spends His College's Money" (Drozdowski, Mark J.); (2) "Who Really Benefits" (Lang, James M.); (3) "6 Major Challenges Facing Student Health Programs" (Blom, Stephen D.; Beckley, Stephen L.); (4) "How One College Store Has Stayed Independent" (Mitchel, George H.); (5) "Outsourcing Can Make Sense, But Proceed with Caution" (Davies, Paul); (6) "Chicken Strips and Pizza Please the Masses" (Biemiller, Lawrence); (7) "The Life of a Campus: 43 Buses, 9 Million Rides" (Biemiller, Lawrence); (8) "The Life of a Campus: A Bookstore for all Seasons" (Biemiller, Lawrence); (9) "Do-It All Campus ID Cards: Too Corporate?" (Blum, Debra E.); (10) "One-Stop Shopping for Campus Housing" (Gose, Ben); (11) "The Companies That Colleges Keep: From Food Services to Bookstores to Campus Security, Outsourcing Has Become the Way to Do Business" (Gose, Ben); (12) "Is There a Pattern to the Music Industry's File-Sharing Lawsuits?" (Read, Brock); (13) "One Man's Software Is Another Man's Spyware" (Kiernan, Vincent); (14) "The Next Plague: As Spyware and Adware Invade Campus Computers, Officials Ponder What to Do" (Kiernan, Vincent); (15) "Choosing Their Flock" (Bollag, Burton); (16) "Justice Department Supports $1-Billion False-Claims Against University of Phoenix" (Blumenstyk, Goldie); (17) "Congress to Get Report on Simplifying Student-Aid Process" (Field, Kelly); (18) "President Bush Calls for Increase in Pell Grants" (Burd, Stephen); (19) "A New Route to Racial Diversity" (Schmidt, Peter); (20) "Moonstruck Scientists Hail Mission to Titan" (Monastersky, Richard); (21) "The Grand Dame of Poetry Criticism" (Mclemee, Scott); (22) "Harvard's President Wonders Aloud about Women in Science and Math" (Fogg, Piper); (23) "Not in Our Backyard: Doctors at Florida State's New Medical College Say a Proposed Chiropractic School Would Be a Pain in the Neck" (Mangan, Katherine S.); and (24) "Endowments See Big Surge, Average a 15% Gain" (Strout, Erin).
Descriptors: Fund Raising, Educational Finance, Higher Education, Retailing, School Health Services, Textbooks, Food, College Housing, Private Sector, Music, Court Litigation, Computer Software, Computer Security, Student Financial Aid, Federal Government, Grants, Student Diversity, Science Education, Poetry, Scientists, Women Faculty, Mathematics Education, Medical Schools, Endowment Funds
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Arizona