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A quick update for Inside Higher Ed recruiters -- news, notes and a friendly welcome to new friends. And as always, if you need assistance with anything, give us a call at 202-659-9208 or drop us a line at email@example.com.
With the fall conference season about to kick into gear, Inside Higher Ed's Dean Dad, the man behind our Confessions of a Community College Dean blog, recently suggested a list of program sessions he'd like to see (but bets he won't). Among the pithier suggestions:
“The Least Harmful Ways to Cut Budgets.”
“Lessons from a Train Wreck: How Not to Implement a New CMS”
“You Say Sinecure, I Say Tomahto: Shared Governance and Conflicts of Interest.”
"If This is Such a Cushy Job, Why Can't We Fill It?: When Administrative Searches Fail.”
Readers added their own ideas - check out the fantasy sessions and add your own here.
Who Sets E-Mail Rules? -- U. of Illinois says it is trying to protect privacy and intellectual property, but two national groups see unreasonable limits on free speech. (see story)
Going to Bat for Tenure -- Faculty at Western Nevada vow to boycott search committees until dismissed tenured colleagues are told their job security is restored. (see story)
Dealing With Fine Print -- Two universities come under fire for appearing to grant auxiliary services contracts in exchange for the contractor's paying for facilities improvements. (see story)
'The Devil's Professor' -- A university professor apparently led an outlaw motorcycle gang and its methamphetamine business without anyone suspecting a thing. (see story)