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ERIC Number: EJ716020
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-Jan-14
Pages: N/A
Abstractor: ERIC
ISSN: ISSN-0009-5982
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 51, Number 19, January 14, 2005
Chronicle of Higher Education, v51 n19 Jan 2005
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This January 14, 2005 issue of "Chronicle for Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Utopia College: A Distinctive Alternative" (Nemko, Marty); (2) "An Inspired Collection Honors a Founder of the Indie Movement" (Sterritt, David); (3) "The Newspaper Appreciation as Death Kit" (Romano, Carlin); (4) "Time Has Not Favored Racial Preferences" (Clegg, Roger); (5) "The City Shall Rise Again: Urban Resilience in the Wake of Disaster" (Vale, Lawrence J.; Campanella, Thomas J.); (6) "Lawrence and Alex's Great Publishing Adventure" (Douglas, Lawrence; George, Alexander); (7) "Fat Man, Thin Man, Bike Man" (Smallwood, Scott); (8) "In Syria, Building a Civil Society Book by Book: A Young Publisher Sets Out to Translate the Works of Western Political Philosophy into Arabic" (Zoepf, Katherine); (9) "Coming Soon to a Campus Near You: Movie-Industry Lawsuits" (Read, Brock); (10) "Still Gracious After All These Years" (Biemiller, Lawrence); (11) "To Market, To Market: A Handful of Colleges Have Turned to Outside Investors to Help Sell Their Inventions" (Blumenstyk, Goldie); (12) "Sallie Mae Pushes $1-Billion Offer to Take Over State-Run Pennsylvania Lender" (Burd, Stephen); (13) "President's Choice for Education Secretary Wins Unanimous Approval from Senate Panel" (Field, Kelly); (14) "Affirmative Action, Relatively Speaking: At Many Selective Colleges, the Children of Employees Get an Edge in the Admissions Office" (Schmidt, Peter); (15) "Michigan: Who Really Won? Colleges' Cautious Reaction to the Supreme Court's Affirmative-Action Decisions May Have Snatched Defeat from the Jaws of Victory" (Selingo, Jeffrey); (16) "Israeli Academic Is among Those Accused of Forging Inscriptions on Antiquities" (Watzman, Haim); (17) "Plumbing Saturn's Secrets" (Monastersky, Richard); (18) "Mystery Moon: Scientists Will Soon Make a Big Splash" (Monastersky, Richard); (19) "The Scary Place": Thousands Who Flocked to the MLA Meeting Scored Interviews and Jobs. Thousands More Did Not" (Smallwood, Scott); (20) "The Professor Who Lost His Classroom" (Wilson, Robin); and (21) "Colleges Move to Aid Victims of Tsunamis: Some Campuses Suffered Damage in Indonesia, but Most are Unscathed" (Lipka, Sara).
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Michigan; Pennsylvania; Syria