Nebraska Chancellor Harvey Perlman is attracting attention for a series of short, tongue-in-cheek YouTube videos.
Weak revenue streams, particularly investment returns, are putting pressure on debt service obligations at private colleges, meaning programs and other costs could be cut.
At the annual meeting of the American Council on Education, discussion focuses on what the next generation of presidents will look like and how to find them.
W. Kent Barnds considers the skills that may be particularly needed during a period of dramatic change in higher education.
New information from the Delphi Project is designed to help adjuncts make their case for reform.
Students and young alumni at Babson take to social media to draft their favorite dean as the institution's next president.
College endowments averaged a small loss for the 2012 fiscal year -- the third year of losses since 2007 -- highlighting growing uncertainty about a once robust and predictable revenue stream.
If you are hired as an administrator with the marching orders to shake things up, there may be a limit on how long you can be effective, writes Ella DeJon.
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