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University Budget Cuts

Reversing The Trend of Slashing Public University Budgets

Robert L. Caret | Posted 11.06.2013 | College
Robert L. Caret

If public colleges and universities did nothing other than educate millions of students, they would be indispensable to the American economy. But their importance extends far beyond that, as they have become vital engines of innovation, conducting much of the research that leads to scientific breakthroughs and to new products and jobs.

University Research Discovers Hard Truths Of Budget Crisis

Reuters | Posted 05.09.2013 | Politics

By Gabriel Debenedetti and Peter Rudegeair March 9 (Reuters) - Nobel Prize-winning molecular biologist Carol Greider used to have eigh...

Combining Sinek, Ishikawa, and Collins to Discover Our University Identity

Philip C. Williams | Posted 09.05.2012 | College
Philip C. Williams

The past year has brought a number of challenges to higher education. We are weathering a series of unprecedented cuts to our operating budget. One response to those cuts is to ask "Why us?"

Students and Workers Face Shared Crisis

Sarita Gupta | Posted 05.25.2011 | College
Sarita Gupta

Students are not only finding it harder to afford an education, but they are also finding it harder to find a jobs once they graduate.

Students, Not Banks

Christie Garton | Posted 03.12.2010 | College
Christie Garton

In the past, we've taken a college degree for granted. Now, fiscal "responsibility" may ultimately force hundreds and thousands of students to put off college in the interim, or ultimately drop out altogether.

At Duke University, $50 Million Deficit Remains

The Chronicle | Posted 05.25.2011 | College

President Richard Brodhead announced Tuesday that the University is almost halfway toward eliminating its budget deficit. Brodhead said officials now...