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In the wake of the faculty members strike at University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), we took a look at the salaries of tenured and non-tenured college instructors, according to data from the Chronicle of Higher Education. In case you...Show More Summary
@Classical Archaeology News Francesca Tronchin on Elvis and Roman Architecture – The Edge of the American West – The Chronicle … Continue reading »
Sometimes, women need to set aside false selflessness. If both blog posts hadn't caught my attention on the same day, I don't think I would have seen the connection. The first, from the Chronicle of Higher Education, noted that female...Show More Summary
A column by Barry Peddycord III at The Chronicle of Higher Education.I — a professor — didn't actually read this column. I only read the headline and glanced at the text, and this one sentence that popped out at me:In its worst incarnation,...Show More Summary
Chronicle of Higher Education op-ed: As Law Schools Struggle, Diversity Offers Opportunities, by Aaron N. Taylor (Professor, St. Louis; Assistant Director, Law School Survey of Student Enagement): Legal education has been ground zero for practically all of the major challenges facing higher education: rising tuition, rising student debt, a contracted...
The Chronicle discusses a new report: “Labor Intensive or Labor Expensive: Changing Staffing and Compensation Patterns in Higher Education”, detailing the rise of professional administrative positions in American higher education. This...Show More Summary
Beth McMurtrie has published an extensive and well-researched article for The Chronicle of Higher Education. It examines how the Belfast Project oral history project at Boston College was established and how it has fallen apart in recent years following the PSNI’s request for access to the archive (two months after the British government had “given […]
Looking at the Chronicle of Higher Education at the wave of rage directed against the UC Riverside English Department and then following links, I find worth noting: Post-Academic in New York: There Is No Academic “Profession”: "Unless...Show More Summary
Today's online issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education has a couple of DE-related articles: ‘U.S. News’ Releases New Rankings of Online Programs Exactly How Many Students Take Online Courses? For that first one, "Only all-online, degree-granting programs in popular...
Also: Hilton Als on Amiri Baraka; The Chronicle of Higher Education takes a critical look at the "graying" New York Review of Books; and the best books coming out this week.
MARK GOODACRE: Skepticism about Jesus' Wife Papyrus in the Chronicle of Higher Education. The article in the CHE is behind a subscription paywall now, but Mark excerpts some of it. Bottom line: we're still waiting for the results of those tests and no one seems to know when they will come in. Show More Summary
The Chronicle of Higher Education put together a list of the highest paid university presidents in the nation. The No. 1 slot resides in Illinois. We've pulled the Top 10 highest paid college presidents in Illinois for today's Top 10 list. Keep this list handy next time you write a tuition check.
A recent report by The Chronicle for Higher Education has found 42 private college presidents made over $1 million in executive pay, up from last year's figure of 36 millionaire presidents. The list was based on 2011 federal tax data from institutions receiving endowments.
The Chronicle of Higher Education published its index of the country’s highest-paid private university president. Surprising virtually no one: Emory’s James W. Wagner gets the most bank in Georgia with $1,200,633 in total compensation. That’s 27th for private schools country-wide and tops overall in Georgia. Edward L. Schraeder Jr. of Brenau was second, taking home […]
A report by the Chronicle of Higher Education sheds light on the growing salaries of private college presidents. Photo by Flickr user John Walker. The number of college presidents at private colleges making more than $1 million dollars rose from 2010 to 2011, according to a report released Sunday by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
By Matthew Archbold, cardinalnewmansociety.org Seattle University is now the fourth Catholic university rejecting federal government authority over its employee relations, reports The Chronicle of Higher Education.
From The Chronicle of Higher Education: Economics Ph.D.'s on the academic job market had fewer jobs to apply for in 2013 than a year earlier, according to new data from the American Economic Association. The number of new academic job openings listed with the association fell 6.6 percent, to 1,924, in 2013. Show More Summary
The Chronicle of Higher Education reports that Twitter's value as a measure of scientific impact may not be as solid as previously thought. This would seem to be a minor (or possibly bigger) blow to the idea of altmetrics. What...
In the Chronicle of Higher Education last month, Allan Metcalf reported that etymologists Barry Popik and Gerald Cohen had established that the word “dude” arose out of the Revolutionary-era figure of “Yankee Doodle.”Popik and Cohen’s...Show More Summary