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Articles from University Business (September 1, 2003)

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A brighter view. Carbone, Audra 99
A murderer on the payroll: Penn State calls for background checks after learning the truth about a professor's past. 286
A road less traveled: in 2003-2004, public and private IHEs are facing directly opposing admissions challenges. How well they rise to their markedly different tests may mean leaving the crowd behind and thinking long-term, not knee-jerk. Grayson, Jennifer 3111
Attack of the worms: summer e-mail viruses clog university networks. 342
Campus criminals: think the corporate world is the only one plagued by white-collar crime? Think again ... and beware. Villano, Matt 3299
Closing the generation gap: alums teach kids a thing or two. 182
Coping with the endowment crisis: with high-flying days over, new strategies are emerging to protect and build assets. Angelo, Jean Marie 3526
Creative calendars online. Carbone, Audra 101
Dangling the carrot: deferred compensation can help keep your top executives in-house, and performing as promised. Ladd, Lawrence R. 1551
Does this campaign work? Elizabeth City State University launches a multi-faceted advertising campaign targeting new market areas. Carbone, Audra 1151
Events calendar. 313
Get real: how can you arrive at an accurate construction estimate when you only have a vision? Simply follow these four steps to a credible conceptual budget. Dellicker, Lee 1256
Good business, thriving university: watch out for blatant business-practice usage, it just might turn your school around. Lahey, John 1685
How will we close the gaps? Fresh ideas and strong readership are needed to elevate higher ed in Texas. Trauth, Denise M. 937
In-house is 'out': infrastructure is becoming too complex--and too costly--to plan, deploy, and operate in-house. Warger, Tom 1481
List mania: rankings bring cheers and jeers from administrators. 301
Losing power and market. Grayson, Kathy 874
Notice of deadline to file certain requests for payment of administrative expenses: in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. 804
Saving the pages of history: deep freeze gets rare books out of bind. 141
Several presidents were under fire during the long, hot summer. 97
Student IDs and MP3s. Carbone, Audra 91
Succession planning means planning ahead: before the sparkles dance before their eyes, help your board prepare for a successful succession. Kaufman, Barbara 1476
TCU partners with HP: for simplicity of operations Texas Christian University implements higher education applications on an HP Intel-based platform.... 553
The Creation of the Future. Kennedy, Donald 161
The same month Bulger announced his move, John Shumaker resigned the presidency of the U of Tennessee. 98
The Univer$ity in a Corporate Culture. Lorenzetti, Jennifer Patterson 116
What TV has taught us about admissions: in creating a televised took at college admissions, two experts learn a thing or two. Greene, Matthew 1681

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