Elizabeth Murphy

Elizabeth Murphy, editorial intern, joined Inside Higher Ed in September 2011. This summer, she interned at The Morning Call in Allentown, Pa., covering a wide variety of local and state issues. She is a recent graduate of the Pennsylvania State University where she worked at the independent campus newspaper, The Daily Collegian, serving as editor her senior year. Outside of the newsroom, she earned degrees in journalism and women's studies. A D.C. transplant by way of Pittsburgh, Liz can often be found arguing about how great her home city really is, blathering on about her summer trip to Cuba and fixing her ancient purple bike.

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Most Recent Articles

September 22, 2011
Youth for Western Civilization, a student group, has grown in its first years of existence, stirring controversy at campuses across the country.
September 19, 2011
College is about to enroll 35 new students, with a revamped curriculum that builds on the one for which the institution is known.
September 15, 2011
Repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" led other elite universities to restore ROTC. Brown is still debating.
September 14, 2011
Educators consider how they can get "near-completers" to finish up their college degrees.
September 14, 2011
Website mocking photographs used by Washington University in St. Louis is once again active.
September 12, 2011
Faculty at Western Nevada vow to boycott search committees until dismissed tenured colleagues are told their job security is restored.
September 9, 2011
Some professors say Turnitin's sister business is helping students evade detection at colleges paying the company to help preserve academic integrity.
September 7, 2011
A study published Tuesday paints a grim picture of America’s increasingly stressed medical students, in what researchers say they hope will be a “wake-up call” to the nation’s medical schools and health care policy makers. The study, led by the Cambridge Health Alliance, a hospital system near Boston, includes data from 115 of the nation’s medical schools, looking specifically at what type of health insurance they offer to students with mental health and substance abuse problems.

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