College administration

New Presidents or Provosts: Asian U. for Women, Barnard, Drury U., Langston U., Texas Woman's U., U. of North Dakota

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New Presidents or Provosts: Butler U., Bryn Mawr College, Mass. College of Pharmacy and Health, U. of Windsor

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Converts to Leading Women's Colleges

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Judith Shapiro, who is retiring this year after a successful run as president of Barnard College, was no stranger to women's colleges when she was named its president in 1994. She had spent the previous 19 years at Bryn Mawr College, as a professor and eventually as provost. Last month, Barnard named its next president, Debora L.

New Presidents or Provosts: Grand View College, National U. of Ireland-Galway, Spring Arbor U., Texas Southern U.

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Senior Administrative Salaries Up 4%

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Raises at public institutions slightly outpace those at privates, with largest gains at doctoral state universities.

Antioch College to Suspend Operations (Probably)

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University announces its belief that negotiation of a possible transfer of control aren't far enough along to stay open next academic year.

New Presidents or Provosts: Allegheny College, DePauw U., La. Commission of Higher Education, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Union Theological Seminary., U. of Arizona

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Who Gets How Much Money and Where It Goes

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In the name of transparency, Oregon State tracks every financial transaction across the university -- online.

New Presidents or Provosts: College of New Jersey, Colorado Mountain College, Lake Region State College, Mount Hood CC, Principia College, St. Norbert College, Vanderbilt U.

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The Nontraditional President

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A general resigns, an oil man has his first day and a lobbyist now works on behalf of the university he leads -- three college presidents who took the path less taken.

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