Charlie Tyson

Charlie Tyson, Reporting Intern, joined Inside Higher Ed in June 2014. Charlie graduated in 2014 from the University of Virginia, where he majored in political and social thought and in English. At U.Va. he was executive editor of The Cavalier Daily and covered the ouster and reinstatement of Teresa Sullivan as U.Va. president. Charlie will attend graduate school at the University of Oxford in the fall.

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Most Recent Articles

July 21, 2014
As many women's colleges move to admit men, Mary Baldwin tries to preserve a single-sex institution by building up professional and graduate programs. Some faculty fear the college is safeguarding one tradition by sacrificing another.
July 17, 2014
Self-publishing is still rare for academics. But a few scholars are trying it out.
July 17, 2014
Declining enrollment in the post-recession period leaves community colleges with little room for error. A Virginia college found out the hard way.
July 16, 2014
An upcoming book argues that meetings -- one of the most loathed aspects of academic life -- are untapped sources of creativity and insight.
July 14, 2014
Two plays premiered at Washington theater festival cast sympathetic eye on two college populations: underperforming fraternity brothers and overambitious community college students.
July 11, 2014
Two Boston institutions have launched unusual marketing campaigns in an attempt to draw notice in a crowded market.  
July 9, 2014
Cornell's business school offers new application that lets prospective students submit their LinkedIn profiles.
July 8, 2014
One Christian college's supporters are praying and fasting in a bid to raise money to overcome what officials say is a financial crisis caused by employees who withheld vital information about the institution's finances.
June 30, 2014
After more than a decade of decline and alleged financial mismanagement, the country's oldest private historically black university risks losing its accreditation, which could be fatal.  
June 27, 2014
Professors read barbed student reviews, in a Jimmy Kimmel joke transplanted to academe by a student newspaper.


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June 10, 2014
Jon Meis's heroism -- displayed when the 22-year-old engineering student pepper-sprayed and tackled a gunman at Seattle Pacific University -- is rare. The phenomenon of students working for campus security, however, is common, experts say.
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