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After a ‘no confidence’ vote, JSU sits its seventh president since 2010

University Business

’s 10-year tenure ended in 2010. Sprinkle in some interim presidents, and the average tenure of Jackson State’s presidents since 2010 is two years, compared to the six-year national average, according to ACE. ” The rest of the page is vacant, save some general hyperlinks.

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Whatever happened to students at the heart of the system?


2010 ushered in a new government that promised that students’ interests would be central to decision making. Jim Dickinson argues that it represents a decade of failure The post Whatever happened to students at the heart of the system? appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Fry to Become Temple’s 15th President

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Fry has served as president of Drexel University since 2010. He previously served as president of Franklin and Marshall College from 2002– 2010, and as executive vice president at the University of Pennsylvania. A graduate of Lafayette College, he holds an MBA from the New York University Stern School of Business.

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University of Saint Katherine Announces Closure

Inside Higher Ed

The private, nonprofit Christian institution was founded in 2010. The University of Saint Katherine in California is filing for bankruptcy and closing by the end of the spring semester next month, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported last week.

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Americans Without College Degrees Die Younger. Here’s What the Latest Research Tells Us.

The Chronicle of Higher Education

By Charlotte Matherly Mark Abramson for The Chronicle Angus Deaton ( left ) and Anne Case For people without a bachelor's, adult life expectancy peaked in 2010 and has been declining ever since.

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Met police agree six-figure payout to student hit by baton at protest

The Guardian - Higher Education

Exclusive: Alfie Meadows underwent brain surgery after being struck by officer at tuition fees demonstration The Metropolitan police have apologised and agreed to pay a six-figure settlement to a man who needed emergency brain surgery after being hit by an officer’s baton during the 2010 university tuition fees protests.

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UK professor suffered discrimination due to anti-Zionist beliefs, tribunal rules

The Guardian - Higher Education

An employment tribunal ruled that Prof David Miller was unfairly dismissed, and that his “anti-Zionist beliefs qualified as a philosophical belief and as a protected characteristic pursuant to section 10 Equality Act 2010”. Continue reading.