Many departments are taking steps to avoid profiling and other biased enforcement practices. But some cite safety concerns in resisting change.
Learning How to Lead
The training exercise is meant to open professors’ eyes to the financial realities that administrators must face.
The 2014 Influence List
These people made a mark on higher education—for better or worse.
Shirley Ann Jackson of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute earned $7-million in 2012, tops among private-college leaders.
Use The Chronicle’s exclusive database to explore the compensation of chief executives at nearly 500 institutions.
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In the News
Too often, the author argues, the admissions office is the chief obstacle to low-income, first-generation, and minority students' efforts to gain access to college.
A market-research firm's survey of 1,200 full-time students confirms some stereotypes while defying others. Here are some key findings.
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- New U. of Texas Center Will Seek to Curb Troubling Behavior by Athletes
- Researchers Criticize Plan to Remove Key Question in American Community Survey
- Big-Data Scientists Face Ethical Challenges After Facebook Study
- UMass-Lowell Deal in Kuwait, Like Other Overseas Campuses, Banks on Partner
- Responding to Offensive Posts on Yik Yak, Professors Stage Social-Media Takeover
- Spending Bill Holds Scant, if Any, Increases for Education and Research