The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Colleges Install Cellphone-Charging Stations for Hyperconnected Students

In today’s Chronicle — by Alisha Azevedo A low cellphone battery is a source of anxiety for many college students these days, sending them searching dining halls or libraries for a place to recharge. To reduce panicked questions about where to find the nearest power outlet, universities are purchasing charging stations like those already common in … Continue reading

Emory University Faculty Calls for Review of Controversial Program Cuts

In today’s Chronicle — University officials shocked many faculty members at the Atlanta institution in September when they announced that several departments would be closed as part of a broad academic-restructuring plan. In a letter printed Tuesday in Emory’s student newspaper, leaders of the campus chapter of the American Association of University Professors called for a review … Continue reading

Fixing College

Fixing College June 25, 2012 NY Times By Jeff Selingo Washington – NO matter what the University of Virginia’s governing board decides today, when it is scheduled to determine the fate of the university’s ousted president, Teresa A. Sullivan, the intense interest in the case shows how much anxiety surrounds the future of higher education … Continue reading

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