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In the Chronicle of Higher Education, Lee McIntyre argues that the West is at an intellectual crossroads, where unprecedented numbers of people and opinion leaders reject empirical truth when deciding on matters of policy and law. 135 more words


“Most people assume technology expands opportunities for students with disabilities. While the potential exists, it can be realized only if technology is designed and coded with equal access in mind.

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Retirement from Academia: Robert Michael's Room of Memories

As I begin a new project to enhance and support the intellectual-social life of retired faculty at Columbia, I’m continually scanning for any interviews of emeritus faculty. 263 more words


U of M President Eric Kaler earns $610K – less than what 2 U coaches make

University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler’s 2014 salary of $610,000 puts him in 30th place on a list of the 227 college presidents who lead the nation’s public institutions. 314 more words


Illinois peeps, check out - Benefits Grow for Public University Presidents, Survey Finds

A report by The Chronicle of Higher Education found that most leaders received housing and cars, and some got perks like personal trainers.. via NYT Education http://ift.tt/1cFgxDB


Celebrating Diversity at PSU

There is a lot to celebrate when it comes to diversity at PSU – President’s Diversity Awards Celebration, Diversity Action Plan, Equal Access Scholarship and more. 470 more words

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In the NCAA, there's no such thing as a level playing field

For years we have talked about a utopian college sports world where everything was equal — a level playing field, as it were.

We’ve tried to define it. 701 more words

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