ERIC Number: EJ716416
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-May-6
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 51, Number 35, May 6, 2005
Chronicle of Higher Education, v51 n35 May 2005
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This May 6, 2005 issue of "Chronicle for Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "No Extra Credit For You: If It's Exam Week, It Must Be Time for Students to Make Those Last-Minute Pleas for Leniency" (Slay, Jack, Jr.); (2) "Managing from the Middle" (Davidson, Cathy N.; Goldberg, David Theo); (3) "How to Keep Trustees from Being Micromanagers" (Chait, Richard P.); (4) "Finally, Professors' Opinions Carry Weight" (Johnson, Rachel); (5) "The Disconnect between Scientists and the Public" (Lakeoff, Sanford); (6) "Intellectual and Moral Purpose Still Meet at Catholic Universities" (Hatch, Nathan O.); (7) "The College Board's New Essay Reverses Decades of Progress Toward Literacy" (Baron, Dennis); (8) "Gay and Lesbian Americans, Vilified Again" (Morris, Bonnie J.); (9) "The Neurotic Artist: Romanticizing Depression" (Kramer, Peter D.); (10) "The New Fragility of Marriage, For Better or for Worse" (Coontz, Stephanie); (11) "The Right to Tell the Truth" (Bahr, Ann Marie B.); (12) "Putting Science, Prayer, and Politics to Work in Haiti" (Lloyd, Marion); (13) "British Faculty Union Votes to Boycott 2 Israeli Universities" (Labi, Alisha); (14) "In Mexico, An Explosion of Private Universities Serves an Eager Market" (Lloyd, Marion); (15) "The NCAA's Scapegoat Question: Lawsuits Charge that Coaches End Up Taking the Blame, and the Consequences for the Sins of Their Colleges" (Suggs, Welch); (16) "Why Can't Colleges Hold on to Their Data?" (Carnevale, Dan); (17) "Diversifying Their Crops: Agriculture Schools, Focusing on Job Prospects, Reach Out to Potential Students from Cities and Suburbs" (Diament, Michelle); (18) "The Trustees' Tipping Point: When Does a Governing Board Say Enough Is Enough and Fire the President" (Strout, Erin); (19) "National Academies Report Recommends Tighter Rules for Stem-Cell Research" (Brainard, Jeffrey); (20) "Look for the Union Label: Veterans of Yale's Graduate-Student Strikes Are Fighting Their Experiences into Scholarship" (Glenn, David); (21) "What Makes David Run: Mr. Horowitrz Demands a Place in Academe for Conservatives Like Himself" (Jacobson, Jennifer); and (22) "Plan to Track Student's Steps into Political Quicksand: A Federal Database Would Result in a Loss of Privacy, Conservatives Say" (Burd, Stephen).
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Trustees, Unions, Depression (Psychology), College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Moral Values, Essays, Catholic Schools, Homosexuality, Athletic Coaches, Court Litigation, Literacy, Governing Boards, Databases, Privacy, Federal Government, Scholarship, Political Attitudes
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
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Identifiers - Location: Haiti; Israel; Mexico; United Kingdom