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Articles from University Business (November 1, 2004)

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A benchmark toot for A/V systems. 87
A more Sober UC Boulder: an alcohol-related death forces the University of Colorado to address its "drinking culture". 304
A promising path for education: technology: the capacity and willingness to think anew ought to be at the heart of higher education. Twigg, Carol A. 691
Barbarians at higher eduction's gates: phony degree scams offer a sheepskin equivalent of the emporer's new clothes. Castanegra, James Ottavio 723
Calendar. Calendar 101
College of the Overwhelmed: the Campus Mental Health Crisis and what to do About it. Goral, Tim 114
Community Colleges raise the bar: the influx of students has spurred a flurry of IT improvements. Angelo, Jean Marie 2006
DePaul University boosts student services with PeopleSoft enterprise online marketing: DePaul understands the importance of reducing stress among its first-year students. Advertisement 666
Does this Website work? University of Arizona ( Klein, Alana 1065
E-learning: chalk it up to progress. Goral, Tim 753
Easy does it. Klein, Alana 100
Fred Gainous, president of Florida A&M University, will most likely leave his job at the end of the year. 170
Grant money fuels the effort to produce better data. 414
Handling the flash crowds. 218
High brightness and resolution; compact size. Klein, Alana 134
High-tech notebooks for students. Klein, Alana 106
Interview: Tom Kean: after 15 years at the helm of Drew University in Madison, NJ, President Tom Kean is set to step down next year. The former two-term governor of New Jersey, and chairman of the 9/11 Commission, sat down with Editor In Chief Tom Halligan to discuss his career, the state of education, and his achievements at Drew. Halligan, Tom 3063
James Oblinger, who has spent 18 years at North Carolina State University, will ascend to the top spot in January. 81
Just browsing. 87
Less opportunity for low-income students: new study reveals low-income students have more difficulty pursuing education goals. 186
Luxurious learning: UCI extension launches Spa management course. 203
Missed opportunities: report says financial aid money not used. 348
Network camera as campus watchdog. 86
Organizing for effective stewardship: collaboration and teamwork are key ingredients for managing donated funds. Scannell, Jim 1594
Questioning the value of SATs: SAT scores have little impact on graduation rates and academic performance says study. 152
Reinventing the campus tour: many universities are enhancing the campus tour by better training and paying student tour guides, and utilizing GPS systems and even tram cars. Klein, Alana 2129
Revitalizing the campus through retail: Urban IHEs are luring local and national retail tenants to drive campus and community revitalization initiatives. Crane, Elizabeth 2843
Rewriting the rules on early admission: a notional association pitches a new policy. 255
Show me the money: a guide to profitability in course offerings. Ferrell, Ben 1658
Smart scheduling improves space management. Advertisement 316
Take control of your projectors. 92
Test drive: Website lets users try CMS. 171
To your health: Brandeis University has launched a new health website for college women. 129
UB annual finance guide: an easy-to-use guide on finance information for higher education. 8020
University of Delaware becomes hotel entrepreneur: a public school invests in the hospitality business. 257
Weathering the storm: following the worst hurricane season in memory, some Florida universities talk about how they kept students safe, minimized damages, and provided communication channels. Goral, Tim 2383
What happened to e-Learning and why? A critical report on e-learning innovation has sparked debate on both sides of the issue. Sausner, Rebecca 2709

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