College administration

New Presidents or Provosts: Finlandia U., Hanover College, Johnson County CC, Menlo College, U. of Wisconsin at Eau Claire

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  • Terry A. Calaway, president of Central Arizona College, has been chosen as president of Johnson County Community College, in Kansas.
  • Sue DeWine, provost of Marietta College, in Ohio, has been selected as president of Hanover College, in Indiana.
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  • One Contested Sink

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    Minneapolis community college's plan to install a foot-washing basin for Muslim students is questioned.

    (Virtual) Exile in Hawaii

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    Professor sues after university restricts him from campus while it investigates complaints of his "intimidating" behavior.

    How Another University Coped

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    Nearly 20 years ago, 35 Syracuse U. students died while aboard Pan Am Flight 103. The university is still responding.

    Ohio State Dismantles International Office

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    Restructuring of university's international affairs office prompts concern from international education world.

    Loss for Whistle Blowers

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    Ruling by U.S. appeals court could undermine public college lawyers and employees who spot illegal or unethical activity.

    MIT Dean Claimed Unearned Degrees

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    Prominent admissions dean resigns after university found she had misrepresented her academic background.

    New Presidents or Provosts: Delaware Valley College, DeVry-New York City Metro, Earlham College, Gustavus Adolphus College, Law School Admission Council, St. Cloud State U., Sierra Nevada College, U. of Virginia, Wayne CC

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  • Kay Hall Albertson, vice president of academic affairs and student services at Wayne Community College, in North Carolina, has been promoted to president there.
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  • President Fired After Drunk Driving Charges

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    U. of Mary Washington chief is out of office less than a year after taking the position.

    Morehouse's Choice

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    Imagine a book in which the author devotes a section to the "crisis of moral purpose" among colleges, calls for presidents to become their colleges' "chief ethical officers" and to stop focusing so much on fund raising, praises presidents of the past who devoted commencement addresses to institutional failings rather than the "pieties" and "superficial inspiration" that are heard today, and criticizes students who focus on their own advancement as opposed to giving more of themselves to their community.


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