ERIC Number: EJ714751
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Jan-9
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 50, Number 18, January 9, 2004
Chronicle of Higher Education, v50 n18 Jan 2004
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This January 9, 2004 issue of "Chronicle of Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Regional Accreditors Penalize 13 Institutions in New England and the South" (Burton Bollag); (2) "Strong Medicine for Doctors: 'Just Say No' to Gifts from Drug Reps, a Columbia U. Physician Urges His Colleagues" (Katherine S. Mangan); (3) "Some States See the Beginning of an Upturn: As Legislatures Convene, Prospects for Higher Education Are Slightly Better after Two Bad Years" (Sara Hebel, Arnone Michael, and Peter Schmidt); (4) "No Mark of Distinction: Some Publishers and Scholars Want to Purge the Colon from Book Titles; the Only Thing That's Worse--Semicolons" (Jennifer Jacobson); (5) "The Cold, Cold War: Geologists Heatedly Debate Whether the Earth Ever Froze over Completely" (Richard Monastersky); (6) "Berkeley Denies Tenure to Ecologist Who Criticized University's Ties to the Biotechnology Industry" (Sharon Walsh); (7) "A New Engineering Curriculum Tries to Make Magic: The Jobs Are out There for Entertainment Designers, but the New Major Faces Some Long Odds" (Michael Arnone); (8) "Court Slows Efforts to Stop Illegal Sharing of Music: Ruling Is Likely to Stem Flow of Subpoenas to Colleges" (Andrea L. Foster); (9) "A Galling Interview: You Can Really Tell a Lot about Your Future Colleagues when You Collapse in Front of a Search Committee" (Lisa Ann Gosed); (10) "Real Meetings: Here's How to Tell the Difference between a Fake Meeting, and a Real One" (Stanley Fish); (11) "No Respect: When Students Are Disrespectful, It Is Usually Because They Feel Disrespected by the Teacher" (Thomas H. Benton); (12) "College Football Could Have a Real Champion" (Charles E. Young); (13) "Educating Parents about College Life" (Helen E. Johnson); (14) "Make Way for Genes and Ducklings" (Marlene Zuk); (15) "Making a Place for Henry Miller in the American Classroom" (Karl Orend); (16) "Teachers' Pets" (Mikita Brottman); (17) "Tea, TV, and Sympathy" (Martha Ann Overland); (18) "Canada's Billion-Dollar Controversy: A Major Attempt to Attract Research Stars Has Netted Few Women, Leading to Charges of Bias" (Karen Birchard); and (19) "Colleges Are Urged to Shift Their Accounting Practices in the Post-Enron Era" (Julianne Basinger).
Descriptors: Accreditation (Institutions), State Legislation, Physicians, Publishing Industry, Geology, Ecology, Engineering Education, Court Litigation, Teacher Student Relationship, College Athletics, Educational Research, Gender Bias, Foreign Countries, Educational Finance, Television Viewing
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Canada; India