ERIC Number: EJ716506
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-May-27
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 51, Number 38, May 27, 2005
Chronicle of Higher Education, v51 n38 May 2005
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This May 27, 2005 issue of "Chronicle of Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Fullbright of the Mind" (Phelps, Christopher); (2) "The Matchmaker: When Colleges Need Presidents, They Urn to Consultants Like Bill Funk" (Pulley, John L.); (3) "The Mysteries of Budgeting for a Grant" (Markin, Karen); (4) "Database Will Hold the Mirror up to "Hamlet", with All Commentary on the Play" (Young, Jeffrey R.); (5) "Notes from Academe: The Accidental Film Star" (Guterman, Lila); (6) "Don't Turn a Donor into a Plaintiff" (Larkin, E. Daniel); (7) "The Law of the Time Clock" (Mckendall, Miriam J.; Santeusanio, David J.); (8) "Are Your Old Buildings Dangerous? Henricksen v. State" (Hoye, William P.); (9) "Personal Antagonisms: When Employees Charge Retaliation" (Franke, Ann H.); (10) "Why Background Checks Matter in Academe" (Vinik, D. Frank); (11) "Working Mothers and Gender Discrimination" (Euben, Donna); (12) "How You Can Help When Your College Is Sued" (Griffin, Oren R.); (13) "Sex, Religion, and Politics: New Challenges in Discrimination Law"; (Hirschfeld, Stephen J.; Wolf, Shannon R.); (14) "Academic Freedom for Students Has Ancient Roots" (Pavela, Gary); (15) "Academics Must Protect Their Patent Rights" (Copeland, Robert G.; Meagher, Thomas F.); (16) "How Colleges Can Navigate the Thicket of Federal Regulations" (O'Donnell, Margaret L.; Parker, Craig W.); (17) "Which Legal Issues Will Keep Colleges Busy in the Year 2012?" (White, Lawrence); (18) "A Tense Courtship: In a Recruitment Bid, Japanese Universities Open Offices in China" (Brender, Alan); (19) "A Tense Courtship: 2 Professors Confront Japan's Disputed Past with a Textbook" (Brender, Alan); (20) "An Unlikely Relationship: A Broken Promise Helped Unite a Rural Liberal-Arts College and an Urban High School" (Hoover, Eric); (21) "Coming Soon: Doing Research with Your Cellphone" (Carlson, Scott); (22) "Student Interest in Computer Science Plummets" (Foster, Andrea L.); (23) "Education Department Allows Use of Loophole in Student-Loan Consolidation" (Burd, Stephen); (24) "Questionable Contracting at UConn Leads to Scrutiny of Building Program" (Fischer, Karin); (25) "Juggling the Numbers: A Federal Spending Shift Spurs Debate over Mathematics and Science Education" (Brainard, Jeffrey); (26) "Battle over the Knife" (Glenn, David); (27) "Wisconsin College Argues Union Would Infringe on Its Religious Freedom" (Smallwood, Scott); and (28) "Harvard Committees Suggest Steps to Help Women" (Fogg, Piper).
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cultural Influences, College Faculty, Higher Education, Scholarships, College Presidents, Budgeting, Grants, Films, Donors, Educational Finance, Educational Facilities, Time Management, Interpersonal Relationship, Females, Employed Parents, Gender Discrimination, Court Litigation, Educational Legislation, Academic Freedom, Federal Regulation, Foreign Countries, Student Recruitment, Rural Urban Differences, Telecommunications, Educational Research, Student Aid, Computer Science, Educational Facilities, Federal Aid, Mathematics Education, Science Education, Females, Unions, Freedom
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: China; Japan; Ohio; Poland; Wisconsin