Miami of Ohio said private-style approach would help state residents and low-income students. Now enrollments are falling.
Reports circulate that board members are considering whether Harvard needs a change at the top.
What does demise of his Harvard presidency suggest about academic leadership, faculty power and women in science?
Foundation unveils different approach to grouping colleges -- but don't look for who is No. 1.
Professors angry over growing deficits and "pervasive secrecy" will meet today to consider a motion of no confidence.
Arts and sciences professors vote "no confidence" by margin of 131 to 44.
One choice facing search committees for college presidencies is whether to go with an inside candidate (promoting a provost or vice president) or going outside to a top administrator at a comparable institution.
Move follows mounting criticism from professors over deficits and management style.
Penn will pay full costs for students with family incomes up to $50,000 -- possibly altering aid equation at top colleges.
Low minority enrollments trigger series of protests and considerable campus discussion.
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