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  1. Colleges award tenure

    Gallagher, economics Francisco Gaytán, social work Pamela Geddes, biology Robert Heitzinger, ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jul 1 2015

  2. Colleges announce commencement speakers

    University of New York: Brian A. Gallagher, United Way president and CEO. Holy Names University: Marvin ...

    Scott Jaschik - May 19 2015

  3. Public Perception of Iran Nuclear Deal

    The recent nuclear deal reached by the US, its allies and Iran has incredible, worldwide implications. In today's Academic Minute, the University of Maryland's Nancy Gallagher analyzes the public perception of this deal. Gallagher is associate director for research ...

    Doug Lederman - Apr 13 2015

  4. Academic Minute: Public Perception of Iran Nuclear Deal

    In today's Academic Minute , Nancy Gallagher of the University of Maryland at College Park offers an analysis of the public perception of this deal. Learn more about the Academic Minute here .     faculty ...

    Scott Jaschik - Apr 13 2015

  5. Anxiety over massive proposed cuts to Louisiana's colleges felt across the state

    There’s a class of budget reductions that are harmful -- even painful because of staff and program cuts -- and yet still manageable. ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 27 2015

  6. Ithaca College deans share story of living and working with Parkinson's

    Bryan Roberts’s symptoms started small -- with a twitch in his right thumb. ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 24 2015

  7. House committee draws criticism again for proposed cuts to social sciences

    Republicans won the first scrimmage Wednesday over how much money should be devoted to federal research in coming years -- and how that money ought to be divvied up.  ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 23 2015

  8. Study measures causes of gender gap in computer science

    Efforts to shrink the gender gap in computer science would benefit from a better understanding of who pursues computer science and why. ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 21 2015

  9. Drought action plans leading to changes on California campuses

    Some of California’s most recognizable college campuses are sunny, lush places all year round, brimming with palm trees, green grass and dozens of fountains. ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 16 2015

  10. Handbook teaches grammar principles with language from a random day of news

    Frank L. Cioffi taught his first college composition course in 1977. Since then, he’s read student writing at elite private colleges and urban public universities. He’s taught Comp 1 and advanced literature. ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 14 2015

  11. Survey finds marketing officials pleased with outcomes of branding projects

    Colleges are eager to highlight their strengths and distinctive characteristics for prospective students, parents and donors. Despite that high level of interest, though, college marketing departments have little information about best practices or ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 14 2015

  12. Some gain, others fall in Florida's performance-based funding system

    The best-laid plans often go awry. And in the case of Florida’s performance-based funding model, even the most formula-based system can turn, at times, into something less than an objective process. ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 10 2015

  13. Johns Hopkins drafts official statement on principles of academic freedom

    When Johns Hopkins University opened in 1876, its first president proclaimed a commitment to a “great freedom” for faculty and students to pursue learning and research. ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 8 2015

  14. Promise programs thrive despite unanswered questions about long-term effects and sustainability

    Nearly a decade after the Kalamazoo Promise launched to nationwide buzz, the fanfare around promise programs has remained strong. Several cities, large and small, are considering launching their own versions of the programs -- in which they pledge ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 7 2015

  15. New book highlights need to expand LGBTQ studies

    Despite increasing attention on diversity issues within academe, colleges and universities still have a ways to go in broadening the repertoire of research on L.G.B.T.Q. studies, according to a book published earlier this year. ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Apr 6 2015



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