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Monthly Archive: November 2023
Stratton Lee III, Black Faculty, Staff & Administrators Assoc: "We like to go firsthand, and not rely on things we …
November 24, Noon, Eastern & 11 a.m. Central Time
Brandon Williams (NY-R), "If you permit or harbor antisemitism on your campus, you are my enemy,”
"We can meet the full $45M budget gap WITHOUT having to cut the 32 majors and layoff 200-400 mostly teaching …
"The Big Ten's rules 'could not be clearer' when it comes to the commissioner's authority to act."
"Faculty cutbacks save the university cash, but cost the state in deeper ways."
"The humanities once mattered. Better to be the subject of political debate than to be marginalized or dismissed as irrelevant." …
"SUNY Potsdam will lay off faculty in conjunction with the consolidation, but has not disclosed how many."
Two institutions–Purdue last year and Nova Southeastern this year–tabbed new presidents via a corporate-style promote-from-within approach. Proponents argue that the …
"MSU's presidential search has largely been done in secret: Why that matters."
"Some megadonors are outraged over institutions’ responses to the Israel-Hamas war."
"Decades of research have shown that high-quality teaching is fundamental to student success."
"Allow raises only if the state university system gives the Legislature power to approve new university positions."
Aaron Ament: "Deceptive for-profit graduate programs are a large and growing part of America’s higher education crisis."