- Feeding the Hand That Cuts You
- A Holocaust Denier Resurfaces
- Nazi Loses Teaching Job
- Quick Takes: Iran Charges Scholars, N.Y. Will Study Higher Ed, Wells Fargo Signs Code, Reprieve for Teaching Hospitals, NCAA to Review Players' Progress, University Impostors, Prof Defends Iran's Holocaust Meeting
- Quick Takes: New Measure of What Students Learn, Ominous RFP, Noose and Blackface Incidents, Opposition to Community College Measure, Hiring Surge at Michigan, Accusations From the Past, Oxford's Leader to Leave
- A Scholar Detained
- The Speech That Wasn't
- An Arrest in Iran
Quick Takes: Riot at UMass, Fallout From Iran's Holocaust Gathering, Michigan AG Opposes Universities on Prop 2, Case Western's New Chief, Full Aid for All at Ventura, Racial Tensions at Trinity of Connecticut, Who Gets in to Oxford?
December 18, 2006
development." Lawrence Krauss, a physics professor who organized the vote of no confidence in the previous president, said he was impressed with Snyder's selection. Krauss said that the search process included significant faculty involvement, and that Snyder is "clearly an intelligent and personable individual with a grasp of the key issues that we face."
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