The accountability movement has hit human resources, as departments develop new ways to measure performance -- and potentially productivity -- of campus faculty and staff.
Many professors believe instinctively that their colleges and universities are better off being led by presidents with genuine academic careers, as opposed to those
Wounded already by budget cuts, 26 states are wrestling with midyear shortfalls that often require quick and undesirable solutions.
In a day of soul searching at TIAA-CREF's higher ed conference, college leaders wrestle with what lies ahead. A mix of optimism and fear ensues.
A president says he'll interview every candidate before making a recommendation to the board and that he won't be a rubber stamp. Professors say this isn't how faculty members should win job security.
Most colleges save CEO visits for courting big donors on the verge of giving big gifts. But the president of College of the Holy Cross cultivates relationships with the youngest alumni.
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