Category Archives: Higher Ed

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Misleading Reporting from WCIA

May 1, 2016   Dear Mr. Matt Porter and WCIA news editor(s),   I viewed, and read, with dismay the recent reporting by Mr. Matt Porter aired on April 28 and posted on your web site titled “You paid for

WCIA_apr28

Misleading Reporting from WCIA

May 1, 2016   Dear Mr. Matt Porter and WCIA news editor(s),   I viewed, and read, with dismay the recent reporting by Mr. Matt Porter aired on April 28 and posted on your web site titled “You paid for

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Problems of the EIU Pay Cut Proposal

Why the EIU pay cut proposal is a bad proposal.

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Problems of the EIU Pay Cut Proposal

Why the EIU pay cut proposal is a bad proposal.

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EIU is not your whipping boy

EIU is suffering from both short- and long-term assault from the state of Illinois.

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EIU is not your whipping boy

EIU is suffering from both short- and long-term assault from the state of Illinois.

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LBGTQ job seeking in higher ed

(Photo credit: Free image from http://www.stockfreeimages.com) So, over at Chronicle of Higher Ed, there’s a column on career building about the if and the when of disclosing one’s non-heterosexual status. I respect the expertise of the author of this article

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LBGTQ job seeking in higher ed

(Photo credit: Free image from http://www.stockfreeimages.com) So, over at Chronicle of Higher Ed, there’s a column on career building about the if and the when of disclosing one’s non-heterosexual status. I respect the expertise of the author of this article

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College education, and who gets it

Scott Jaschik at Inside Higher Ed reports on the study by Rachel B. Rubin on the admissions policy of some of the most selective U.S. colleges. Here’s my take on it. A small caveat here: the study in the report

Picture of a cabinet full of file folders

College education, and who gets it

Scott Jaschik at Inside Higher Ed reports on the study by Rachel B. Rubin on the admissions policy of some of the most selective U.S. colleges. Here’s my take on it. A small caveat here: the study in the report