College And University Reporter

Author by : Commerce Clearing House
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Reporter

Author by : United States. Office of Education. Division of Higher Education
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Reporter

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
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Reporter

Author by : Anonim
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Reporter

Author by : United States. Office of Education. Division of Higher Education
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Cambridge University Reporter

Author by : University of Cambridge
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Cambridge University Reporter

Author by : University of Cambridge
Languange : en
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School Law Reporter

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The Cambridge University Calendar

Author by : University of Cambridge
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Squeezed From All Sides

Author by : Rick Seltzer
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Description : The drastic changes unfolding in society have majorly impacted and will continue to impact regional public universities. Job skills that are in high demand shift rapidly as new technologies change the nature of work and where positions are located. It's become a platitude for college presidents to say they are educating students for jobs that have not yet been invented.Leaders at these institutions face many challenges. They are attempting to meet lofty degree-attainment goals by focusing on the enrollment of part-time and older students. Teacher shortages, political issues and concerns about racism and sexism are all top of mind. And of course, both the national and regional economies continue to impact universities a decade after the Great Recession.Regional public colleges and universities have long positioned themselves as the gateway to opportunity for the masses. Therefore, each must balance its responsibility to students against the demands of its employees, the needs of its region, the requirements of its state and the imperatives of the economy and American society.Surviving and thriving requires both a nuanced understanding of sector-specific strategy and knowledge of the broader context. Specific strategies are addressed in the pages of this report, while considering the larger forces at play, so that leaders are prepared to make important choices to lead their institutions and regions into the future.


Making Managers In Universities And Colleges

Author by : Craig Prichard
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : This book provides an alternative means of discussing the development and significance of managers and management in universities and colleges. It is particularly concerned with the way 'managing' involves the development of different ways of talking, acting and relating to people at work. Yet this is often difficult, and variably successful, as it confronts often strong professional and occupational work identities and cultures. The book provides a detailed look at the 'manager' in contemporary further and higher education in Britain as post-compulsory education has been required to operate on a more commercial basis, and universities and colleges are increasingly regarded as small to medium sized enterprises. It draws upon interviews with more than 70 senior post-holders. It explores, for example, the work of the traditional university vice-chancellor who came to see himself as the new chief executive, schooled himself in the works of international management gurus Henry Mintzberg and Tom Peters, and engaged his 3000 staff in the virtues of 'thriving on chaos'. The result, as one seasoned higher education observer has noted, was '18 months of misery' for university personnel. It tells the story of the professor of material science who came to see himself as small businessman responsible for maintaining a #2 million a year departmental turnover. But at the same time he considered this new identity to be constantly hamstrung by the bureaucratic centralism of his university. It tells the stories of senior women administrators who, empowered by their appointment as managers, challenged the deeply embedded paternalism of their senior academic colleagues. And it tells the stories of numerous heads of department and sections repositioned as managers in the 'new marketized further education' who have struggled to re-imagine students as funding units, and colleagues as 'their staff'. Craig Prichard provides a highly nuanced, theoretically sophisticated, and critically informed account of the repositioning of senior university and college academics as managers. This is important reading for those interested in post-compulsory education, public sector management, and the sociology of work and education; and, of course, for university and college managers themselves.


The Key Reporter

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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College Journal

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The College Of Veterinary Medicine Reporter

Author by : University of Minnesota. College of Veterinary Medicine
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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A University S Challenge

Author by : Peter Gronn
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : This collection presents new investigations into the role of heritage languages and the correlation between culture and language from a pedagogic and cosmopolitical point of view.


Missions Of Universities

Author by : Lars Engwall
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : This book provides an analysis of university missions over time and space. It starts out by presenting a governance framework focusing on the demands on universities set by regulators, market actors and scrutinizers. It examines organizational structures, population development, the fundamental tasks of universities, and internal governance structures. Next, the book offers a discussion of the idea and role of universities in society, exploring concepts such as autonomy and universality, and the university as a transformative institute. The next four chapters deal with the development of universities from medieval times, through the Renaissance, towards the research universities in the nineteenth century in Europe and the United States. The following five chapters analyse recent developments of increasing external demands manifested through evaluations, accreditations and rankings, which in turn have had effects on the organization of universities. Topics discussed include markets, managers, globalization, consumer models and competition. The book concludes by a discussion and analysis of the future challenges of universities.


Masters Of Theory

Author by : Andrew Warwick
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Chicago Press
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Catalog Of Copyright Entries

Author by : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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The Canada Medical Record

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The Mind Of A Journalist

Author by : Jim Willis
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : What propels an individual into becoming a professional observer and chronicler of society, joining a group that is often targeted for criticism by the general public? Can a journalist really have an objective view of the world and the way it operates or do journalists each operate from a specific worldview, parts of which are held in common by all journalists? Do journalists feel they can become involved in normal social and civic activities, or is the world a detached storehouse of ideas for stories? Is the journalist most effective on the sidelines of society, or in getting involved in the action, or taking to the field as a referee or field judge? If journalists are so devoted to the ideals of objectivity, detachment, truth, and providing an accurate view of the world, why do so many of them leave journalism and move into public relations, media consulting, and advertising? These are just some of the issues explored in The Mind of a Journalist: How Reporters See Themselves, Their Stories, and the World. For students and would-be journalists, this book analyzes the rational processes journalists use in defining themselves, their world, and their relation to that world. Written by veteran journalist and noted professor Jim Willis, with many observations from working and recently retired journalists from both print and broadcast, the goal of the book is to put this discussion of journalist thinking into the classroom (alongside discussion of reporting and writing techniques). Ultimately, the book provides added insights to how journalists think and why they do what they do. Features & Benefits: Included throughout the book are many observations/interviews from working journalists at such media outlets as: The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, CNN, The Memphis Commercial-Appeal, WRTV Television in Indianapolis, and The Daily Oklahoman. A running single-story example (President's Bush's decision to invade Iraq in 2003) shows how the same story was treated by several different journalist mindsets, and thereby examining how these different mindsets defined the issues of truth, ethics, and legality for this story.


Cut Too Deep Tuition Discounting At A Crossroads

Author by : Rick Seltzer
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Description : or years, college administrators and board members have closely monitored tuition discount rates at their institutions. But they haven't always been comfortable with high and often-rising discount rates. Nor have they always had easy access to important context explaining why colleges and universities discount the way they do. These issues are likely to come to a head in today's rapidly changing higher education market. For all the attention tuition discounting receives from campus leaders and higher education experts, many report the practice causes consternation, misunderstanding and reflexive apprehension. Even those who historically have extolled discounting's benefits worry that ever-rising discount rates are starting to squeeze margins, diminish returns and bankrupt institutions. This question is being asked with increasing frequency: How long can sticker prices and discount rates keep climbing before the model reaches its breaking point? Discount rates affect institutions of various sizes, market positions and wealth levels in different ways. In order to successfully navigate the future, all leaders at a college or university, from enrollment manager to board member, will need a nuanced view of discount rates and the trends affecting them. This special report seeks to explore those trends and recent developments in discounting. It will review different strategies campuses are deploying as they seek to bolster their budgets and will suggest possible best practices institutions can follow. By exploring key concepts and developments in discounting, leaders can better evaluate their own institutions to prepare a course of action for a smaller-margin future that for many will require smarter pricing and better management.


Civil Rights Commission Authorization Act Of 1978

Author by : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on the Constitution
Languange : en
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Genizah Research After Ninety Years

Author by : Society for Judaeo-Arabic Studies. Congress
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : This volume contains twenty-one studies of various aspects of Judaeo-Arabic, the language spoken by Jews living in the Muslim countries of the Middle Ages. Using mainly the manuscript treasures found in the depository (Genizah) of the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Cairo, the essays, by an international group of scholars belonging to the Society for Judaeo-Arabic Studies, not only deal with linguistic, literary and philosophical ideas of the Jews, but also touch on medicine, magic and relations with other religions. It is the most up-to-date treatment of the subject available in English.


The London Medical Record

Author by : Ernest Abraham Hart
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Publisher by : Unknown
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The London Medical Record

Author by : Anonim
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The London Medical Record0

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