Kevin Kiley

Kevin Kiley covers management and finance for Inside Higher Ed. He joined Inside Higher Ed in April 2011. A North Carolina native, he attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a Morehead-Cain Scholar and graduated in 2010 with a degree in political science and journalism. At UNC, Kevin covered and edited university news for four years at The Daily Tar Heel and shared the state's top award for higher-education reporting with two other writers his senior year. Before coming to Inside Higher Ed, Kevin was an intern at The (Raleigh) News & Observer, The Arizona Republic and The Chronicle of Higher Education. Kevin enjoys running, nonfiction books and his home state.

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December 20, 2011
Cornell's victory in New York City competition, and its intense desire to win, show the importance of urban ties for the future of research universities.
December 19, 2011
Cornell is expected to be named today as winner of New York City competition. On Friday, the university announced $350 million gift for effort just after Stanford withdrew.
December 16, 2011
Indiana revises its performance-funding formula, putting new emphasis on progress toward degree, but not all institutions see an equal shot at the money.
December 16, 2011
Hampshire proposes new endowment strategy that wouldn't just avoid polluters, but would favor environmentally and socially responsible investments.  
December 15, 2011
Trustees see numerous problems on the horizon, but few are willing to challenge presidents or push radical changes, report finds.
December 14, 2011
Because expected state revenues did not materialize, the University of California and California State University systems must each cut an additional $100 million from their operating budgets, California Governor Jerry Brown announced Tuesday. The cuts come on top of $650 million each system had to cut after the budget was finalized this summer.
December 12, 2011
At New School conference, higher education leaders discussed the need to reduce institutional costs as revenue streams continue to dry up.
December 9, 2011
As public universities raise tuition to cope with state cuts and increased enrollments, administrators wonder why they, not lawmake
December 7, 2011
Under pressure from state lawmakers, the central administration of the State University of New York system backed off a plan to have one president oversee two campuses, though system administrators stressed that the decision would not keep the campuses from putting cost-saving administrative structures in place.
December 2, 2011
Months after faculty members voted down plan to charge foreign students U.S. tuition for program entirely abroad, a scaled-back program wins approval.


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