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The Chronicle of Higher Education 23m
The university is rolling back a five-year boom in undergraduate enrollment.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 13h
In 2018, 17 public-college leaders earned more than $1 million. Was your institution's president on that list?
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 14h
Paul Friga wants colleges to become more efficient. He says he can help.
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How did the price of college tuition get so high? An author blames trustees, the quest for higher rankings, and even federal aid.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 15h
You should look at grants and fellowships offered by your new employer that might support your work or at least your conference travel. The first round of applications are often due in October:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 15h
Some of the largest occupational categories — administrative support, food services, and production work — have the highest potential for displacement.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 16h
Many students have described their grim circumstances on social media: If I don't have my scholarship, I can't enroll this semester.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 16h
"A victory for unenlightenment and self-ignorance.” The former Yale Law dean Anthony Kronman is disappointed with the way colleges are heading.
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One student isn’t going to have the freshman year she’d hoped for. She’d been banking on state scholarships to help her afford the University of Alaska Anchorage. Now she’s not confident they’ll come through. “It’s honestly devastating.”
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 17h
“There are crazy people like myself, a few in every country in the world, who are obsessed,” the professor said. “In a positive way, I hope.”
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Emma Pettit 17h
This is sounds like a deranged request but here goes: Have you been attacked by a bird on a college campus? If so, I want to hear about it! I am serious!
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 17h
In 2018, 17 public-college executives earned more than $1 million. Find out who was on the list:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 18h
“It’s kind of a canard that people in business love efficiency and people in academia are anti-efficiency.”
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 18h
The ladders of opportunity in American higher education are vanishing, says a university president emeritus in a new book.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 19h
Use your social-media accounts for professional purposes. Join local and national professional groups, and let them know about your new job.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 19h
Automation could displace nearly 15 million jobs now held by people ages 18 to 34, and 11.5 million more held by workers over age 50.
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“My students come to me all the time and ask, What’s the future of Alaska? And I honestly don’t know what to tell them anymore.”
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 20h
Elite colleges preserve "an aristocratic ethos in an otherwise democratic culture" — and that's a good thing, says Anthony Kronman:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 21h
“Proverbs are as contradictory as life.”
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Which public-college president made the most money in 2018? Find out in our exclusive executive-compensation report.
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