A dean once told me that she routinely conceals each departmental budget from the other units in her college because she fears that revealing the numbers would lead to widespread discontent.
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Serving as a college administrator for the last dozen years, the challenging issues that we face seem to grow every year. Not only do the issues grow in complexity, they grow in strategic altitude.
MINNEAPOLIS—When Eric Kaler became president of the University of Minnesota last year, he pledged to curb soaring tuition by cutting administrative ...
American universities and colleges are riddled with a caste system that violates our societal sense of fairness, justice, and decency. Contingent teachers (or adjuncts) are the "untouchables" of our college system.
Writing separate but nearly identical letters to their respective communities, countless college presidents across the county have recently admitted: "We're out of money."
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