One choice facing search committees for college presidencies is whether to go with an inside candidate (promoting a provost or vice president) or going outside to a top administrator at a comparable institution.
Move follows mounting criticism from professors over deficits and management style.
Penn will pay full costs for students with family incomes up to $50,000 -- possibly altering aid equation at top colleges.
Low minority enrollments trigger series of protests and considerable campus discussion.
Major public universities consider a new system for measuring and comparing quality in undergraduate education.
UAW and grad student leaders vow to press on, but NYU isn't wavering, many TA's are back at work and undergraduate support has lessened.
Carl Wieman changed physics, and now his sights are set on science pedagogy.
Yale will review graduate programs, with focus on years 2-4 as key to helping students complete dissertations.
New president of AAUP is arrested in protest to back TA union -- and seeks to have professors join "personal boycott."
Like many urban institutions, Columbia needs new facilities for science -- but legacy of 1968 reverberates when facing its Harlem neighbors.
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