- House Democrats Seek Hurricane Aid for Colleges
- Quick Takes: Dillard Announces Layoffs, Yale Music School Receives $100 Million Gift, Housing Agency Funds College Efforts to Rebuild Gulf Coast, Jury Clears Ex-President on Fraud Charges, Students Protest Loan Cuts
- Fall Haul
- Quick Takes: Father and Daughter Plagiarism Charges, Court Upholds Finding Against Brown, Law Deans Criticize Web Site, Support for Science Bill, Aid for La. Colleges, Battle Over Russian Academy, ETS Cancels 900 SAT Scores in Korea, Sustainability
- Quick Takes: House Passes Bill to Add Flexibility to Gulf Colleges, Report Explores Work-Related Education, Utah State Grounds Vans After Fatal Crash
- Quick Takes: Texas Colleges Close for Rita, $500,000 in Spending Questioned at American, Trading Charges in Madison
- Inequity in Post-Katrina Funding
- Rita Disrupts, but Doesn't Devastate
A Higher Ed Clearinghouse on Katrina
Many of our readers have offered help -- from their colleges or even as individuals -- to students, staff members and institutions affected by Hurricane Katrina and Rita. Their comments follow, and we'd encourage you to add your own postings to theirs.
We here at Inside Higher Ed would like to help in any way we can in the aftermath of this catastrophe, which has displaced faculty and staff as well as students. Jobs that have developed as a result of Katrina or Rita -- posts for displaced faculty or new hires to assist with increased enrollments -- can be posted at no charge on Inside Higher Ed. Please contact Kathlene Collins at 202-659-9208, extension 103 for assistance.
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