College administration

New Presidents or Provosts: Dakota Wesleyan U., Grand Canyon U., Henderson State U., Massachusetts Bay CC, Oregon Institute of Technology

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Call Your PR Director, Fast

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When a production company tells your president or dean it wants to profile your college or school in a national television documentary, the offer may not be what it seems.

New Presidents or Provosts: Montana State U.-Billings, Nova Southeastern U., Onondaga CC, Suffolk U.

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Why 'Nonprofit' Does NOT Mean 'Lose Money'

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It was just a tidbit of information, offered toward the end of a presentation slotted in that sleepy, after-lunch-at-a-jampacked-conference hour. But the nature of the tidbit caught the audience’s attention: On average, full-time faculty members at the University of New Mexico’s Gallup campus were being subsidized to the tune of $10,554 apiece.

New Presidents or Provosts: Case Western Reserve U., Norfolk State U., Truett-McConnell College, United Arab Emirates U., U. of the District of Columbia

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Disappearing Raises and Vice Presidents at Lambuth

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Growing discount rate and rising costs create financial crunch -- and worries -- at a private university.

Will More Colleges Merge?

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Recent moves by some private institutions -- combined with worsening economy -- have some experts predicting more consolidation in next few years.

New Presidents or Provosts: Baptist U. of the Americas, Donnelly College, U. of Michigan-Flint

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A President Becomes an Undergraduate

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After 18 years leading colleges, Roger Martin decided to enroll as a freshman at St. John's -- to experience the liberal arts in a pure form, and to join the crew team.

On Alcohol, Leaders Wanted

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New award recognizes college presidents for de-emphasizing alcohol, as the campaign to rethink the drinking age likewise casts a spotlight on what presidents are and aren't doing on drinking.

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