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Anonymous Businesswoman Analyzing Statistical Business Reports on her Tablet PC at the Office, a Close Up
Nov 04, 2022
A discussion about senior-level careers in technology reflects larger debates in higher ed and society about work-life balance, different styles of leadership and—only subtly—gender.

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July 8, 2019
California's private colleges and universities could all be forced to move to time-card system for adjuncts -- unless a legislative fix is successful.
January 29, 2019
U of Illinois Faculty Senate is considering what to do about students who want to disrupt classes over political disagreements with professor.
January 23, 2019
Wright State professors strike over a board-imposed contract they say would gut faculty rights and compensation. Non-tenure-track faculty members would have to wait nine or more years for job stability under university plan.
April 13, 2018
Community colleges typically enroll a broad range of students, but many are doubling down on efforts to promote diversity and inclusion even as they face resistance -- sometimes from within their own ranks.
March 28, 2017
Survey of campus employees finds professors focus on saving for retirement and doubt their financial literacy; administrative staff worry more about the near term.
August 2, 2016
U of California system will require top leaders to prove outside work benefits their institution -- a test not applied at most colleges. Is the policy too weak or too strong?
May 18, 2016
Website pokes fun at administrative bloat by generating endless job titles and inflated salaries.
May 11, 2016
Professors at Syracuse University fight a plan that they say reflects the wrong priorities at a time of staff buyouts.
September 1, 2015
Garrison Walters offers colleges and their leaders some things to think about as they weigh presidential perks. To wit, rationalization is the road to ruin, and if you really want art, buy it yourself. You can afford it.
May 14, 2015
The next president of the University of Texas at Austin declined a $1 million base salary and instead opted for $750,000. Faculty members say it's because "he gets it."

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