Chronicle of Higher Education
Updated: 5 min 28 sec ago
History faculty express concern over the campus spokesmanâs aggressive public response to criticism of the university.
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The policy has gotten a mixed reception. Some professors said the policy has prompted good conversations between university trustees and faculty groups. Others worry that it threatens their right to speak freely.
The budget, approved Monday night, would reduce state appropriations and allow universities to fire tenured professors whose programs were cut.
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As a student protest enters its fifth day, organizers are urging students at other historically black colleges to take action too.
Colleges are increasingly offering three-year B.A.s and other accelerated programs in response to a growing market of money-conscious go-getters and career changers.
Annesa Cheek will lead Saint Cloud Technical and Community College; two universities in Oklahoma named business executives as their next presidents.
Some work with specialized partners. Others feel confident relying on their own faculty members and resources.
Accelerated programs appeal to frugal families, to adults making a career change, and to students focused on specialized training. But for these programs to succeed, colleges have to market them.
Some work with specialized partners. Others feel confident relying on their own faculty and resources.
In less than a decade, enrollment in Lynn Universityâs accelerated programs has soared from 27 to about 460 students.