College administration

Challenging the Measures of Success

Could Cal State-Long Beach be educating students better than Princeton? It depends on what you think of graduation rates.

Privacy and Protection

Panel reviewing Virginia Tech massacre struggles with laws that could hamper coordinated interventions with mentally ill students.

Antioch to Close Main College

Operations will be "suspended" after coming academic year; 40 faculty members will lose their jobs.

Countercultural and Alive

Demise of Antioch College points to challenges facing progressive colleges -- and strategies used by some to thrive.

Leon Botstein on the 'Tragedy' of Antioch

Few American college presidents may have as much insight into leading progressive colleges

Solidarity No More?

An institute for labor studies finds itself facing the ax -- and its supporters are striking back.

Sheldon Jackson Suspends Operations

Small Alaska college is out of cash and its 100 faculty and staff members are out of their jobs.

The Final Straw

Members of a California community college's Board of Trustees face potential recall election after a string of controversies.

Who Controls Community College Budgets?

In New York, state's highest court upholds word change that gives university system more authority and counties a little less.

New Presidents or Provosts: Adirondack CC, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, College of Staten Island, Diablo Valley College, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical U., Indiana U. at Bloomington, Michigan Tech U., Mohawk Valley CC, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

  • Karen Hanson, dean of the Hutton Honors College and Rudy Professor of Philosophy at Indiana University at Bloomington, has been promoted to provost and executive vice president there.
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