He has asked top officials to commit to leadership principles that, among other things, set standards of tidiness and punctuality.
Great Colleges to Work For
The Chronicle's seventh annual survey recognized 92 outstanding colleges nationwide. View the full list to find out which colleges made the cut.
Win for Race-Conscious Admissions
In a review ordered by the Supreme Court, the Fifth Circuit judges split in favor of the affirmative-action policy.
- To Understand the Ruling, Read These 4 Sentences
- How We Got Here, and What's Next
Vitae: Career News and Tools
Do you hate getting nasty "revise and resubmit" notices from readers? Of course you do. Do you want to get published anyway? Here's how to make that happen.
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In the News
Now more than ever, those employed in higher education face the forces of change.
Class and culture shape applicants' expectations of college, with important implications for recruitment, two experts say.
- 5 'Dirty Words' Admissions Offices Should Embrace
- Key Republican in House Proposes Broad Student-Aid Reforms
- Senators in Both Parties Agree: States Must Do More for Higher Education
- Around Amazon, University Presses Tiptoe and Whisper
- Anti-Union Vote in Minn. Is Rare Setback in National Campaign for Adjunct Unions
- Quiz: Ed-Tech Company or Made-Up Word?
- House Approves 2 Bills Toward Renewal of Higher Education Act
- New Role for College Business Officers: Selling Change