Rick Seltzer

Rick Seltzer, Reporter, covers business and management for Inside Higher Ed. He joined the publication in 2016 after working as a money and general-assignment reporter for The Baltimore Business Journal. Previously, he was a business reporter for The Bloomington Herald-Times, and he covered small business and health care for the Central New York Business Journal. Rick, a native of South Central Pennsylvania, started his career as a local beat reporter for The Harrisburg Patriot-News. He graduated from Syracuse University in 2008 after interning at the Patriot-News and The Syracuse Post-Standard.

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August 6, 2018
Financial aid administrators draw the ire of leaders in New York after asking for more guidance on how to work under Excelsior, the state’s year-old free-tuition program.
August 6, 2018
A group of concerned alumni and an emeritus professor sent a letter Friday to Earlham College leaders reiterating concerns about the college's recent actions, and calling for significant changes to the rules governing it.
August 3, 2018
Implosion of Western Carolina University chancellor search once again exposes deeper struggle at UNC System, with many fearing that political interests are overtaking academic issues.
August 2, 2018
A federal judge ruled in favor of New York University Tuesday in a lawsuit brought by employees who alleged they had been stuck with poor-performing investments and hit with excessive fees in their university-sponsored retirement plans.
August 2, 2018
More than a year after Saint Joseph’s College suspended operations, the financially strapped private college in Rensselaer, Ind., faces a lawsuit from one of its vendors.
August 1, 2018
A president's unexplained departure, a massive recurring deficit and fears for the liberal arts spark questions.
July 31, 2018
Keck Graduate Institute in Claremont, Calif., plans a new medical school in an attempt to meet rising demand in Southern California for primary care physicians. The process of starting up the new School of Medicine is in its first phase -- recruiting and hiring a new founding dean. The phase is being funded by an anonymous $5 million gift, and leaders are in the process of determining future funding plans. The dean and development staff members are expected to raise money in order to fund the facilities and faculty development necessary for accreditation.
July 27, 2018
Chancellor at Rutgers's flagship campus resigns after a year, an unusually short tenure at a university already juggling its share of changes.
July 26, 2018
Three former Tufts leaders became college presidents on the same day, so what's the secret sauce?
July 26, 2018
Many presidents at minority-serving institutions engage with students in a relatively limited number of ways -- mostly photo opportunities, hosting service events like food drives and at social activities like sporting events and student government meetings, according to a new report released Tuesday by the Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions.

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Rick Seltzer, Reporter, covers business and management for Inside Higher Ed. He joined the publication in 2016 after working as a money and general-assignment reporter for The Baltimore Business Journal. Previously, he was a business reporter for The Bloomington Herald-Times, and he covered small business and health care for the Central New York Business Journal. Rick, a native of South Central Pennsylvania, started his career as a local beat reporter for The Harrisburg Patriot-News. He graduated from Syracuse University in 2008 after interning at the Patriot-News and The Syracuse Post-Standard.

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