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  1. New presidents or provosts: Adams Casper Lindenwood Miami OKCC Oregon RISD Ripon WOU

    Darren Divine , vice president for academic affairs/acting vice president of student affairs at the Community College of Southern Nevada, has been selected as president of Casper College, in Wyoming. Julio Frenk , dean of faculty at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, has been ...

    Doug Lederman - Jul 7 2015

  2. Higher ed spending up in most states, but recession still stings

    Wyoming 6.0% Total 5.2% College administration ...

    Ry Rivard - Jan 19 2015

  3. Essay on lessons to be learned by a very short presidency at U. of Wyoming

    I don’t know how Sternberg arrived at and presented his decision to review Wyoming’s law school, the law ...

    Susan Resneck Pierce - Nov 22 2013

  4. New presidents provosts Anoka CMU John Tyler Lourdes UNT-Dallas Winthrop Wyoming

    at Oklahoma State University,  has been named president of the University of Wyoming ...

    Doug Lederman - May 31 2013

  5. How is a new president supposed to clean house?

    to Wyoming after three years as provost at Oklahoma State University. One of his first major decisions ...

    Ry Rivard - Nov 18 2013

  6. New presidents provosts Dordt JFK NDUS Reedley Wayne State Western Washington Winona

    Sandra Caldwell, associate vice president for planning and improvement at Western Wyoming Community College, has been chosen as president of Reedley College, part of the State Center Community College District, in California. Brent Carbajal, dean of the College ...

    Doug Lederman - Jul 22 2013

  7. State higher ed funding rebounds but not yet to where it was before the recession

    -4.2% -13.8% -13.8% Wyoming -8.1% ...

    Ry Rivard - Jan 20 2014

  8. Essay on administrator job searches in higher education

    of Wyoming in the summer of 2013. EXECUTIVE POSITIONS ...

    Robert J. Sternberg - May 1 2013

  9. State appropriations for higher education up in 31 states, report says

    States such as Wyoming and North Dakota are seeing large increases driven by natural resource booms. ...

    Kevin Kiley - Jan 21 2013

  10. Merit aid makes college more expensive for low income students, report finds

    Carolina, Wyoming, Hawaii, Florida and California. Some of these states have also supported state need-based ...

    Kevin Kiley - May 8 2013

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