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Articles from University Business (April 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
2002 guide to e-learning vendors. Chnapko, Angela 10613
Bob Jones takes the PR challenge: embattled school starts minority scholarship. (Update). Angelo, Jean Marie 176
Database dilemma: INS gaffe spurs changes in foreign-student tracking laws. (Update). Angelo, Jean Marie 495
David Bartley, the longest-serving president in Massachusetts' Community College System, has turned down a $17,805 raise that would have brought his annual salary to $173,712. (In The News). Angelo, Jean Marie 121
Deep Learning for a Digital Age. Lorenzetti, Jennifer Patterson 109
Died. (People Watch). Angelo, Jean Marie 83
Fast, accurate, open: these are the essentials of your media relations strategy, in times of tragedy or trouble. Now for the details ... (Marketing). Sevier, Robert A. 1282
Fighting federal law: no federal aid for drug offenders: unfair? (Update). Angelo, Jean Marie 471
From economics major to ebay CEO: a Princeton alumna gives back. (Update). Rivard, Nicole 261
Higher ed cybervigilance: now more than ever. (Special Section: Security). Goral, Tim 727
Just the FACTS, Ma'am. (Letters). Bretz, Randall 210
Labor pains: grad student unions active at many schools. (Update). Rivard, Nicole 134
Lets hope he enjoyed it: Penn State library book returned--57 years late. (Update). Goral, Tim 157
More bang for the buck. (Editor's Note). Grayson, Katherine 607
Network security: unwelcome visitors: campus networks are still highly susceptible to outside attack, and there's no shortage of hackers lying in wait. (Special Section: Security). Coral, Tim 1234
New York University. (In The News). Angelo, Jean Marie 121
On the campus: rethinking security: colleges grapple with new measures to keep students out of harm's way. (Special Section: Security). Rivard, Nicole 2014
Richard Hersh has been named president of Trinity College, Hartford, CT; he will take office in April. (Appointed/Promoted). Angelo, Jean Marie 81
Right on schedule: thank goodness for technology: sophisticated classroom-and-facilities management software is fast replacing manual scheduling. (Technology). Warger, Tom 1420
Successful minority recruitment: asking the right questions is half the battle; going to the source for the answers is the other half. (The Admissions Angle). Greene, Matthew 1457
The heat is on. (Facilities Management & Repair). Pascopella, Angela 2916
The hottest ticket around: but BU's dual-degree program isn't for the fainthearted. (Update). Goral, Tim 360
The shape of things to come? UMass Amherst RAs become first undergrads to unionize. (In The News). Rivard, Nicole 545
Trouble in the cards for U of Nevada: ACLU says: stop selling student data to credit card companies. (Update). Angelo, Jean Marie 397
Tuition break for illegal immigrants: Western universities offer "in-state" rates. (Update). Angelo, Jean Marie 422
Tuition vs. financial aid discounting. (Letters). Fadenrecht, Kirby 160
Unmanageable debt rises: study shows unmanageable debt burden growing; low-income and minority students bear the brunt. (Financial Aid Watch). Goral, Tim 553
What does higher education cost? Here's why we're not getting an answer to that question just yet. (Viewpoint). Clinton, Patrick 795
Why illegal immigrants should not receive in-state tuition subsidies. (Controversy). Stein, Dan 573

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