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University provosts have bleak outlook on free expression in higher ed

University Business

The post University provosts have bleak outlook on free expression in higher ed appeared first on University Business. But the majority (75%) said their policies are “somewhat” or “moderately” effective, and just 3% believed their policies are “not at all effective.” Read more from FIRE.

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Ripe for poaching: Will DeSantis’ higher ed policies drive out Florida faculty?

Higher Ed Dive

One university provost has already publicly promised to recruit Florida students and professors amid the state’s political strife.

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A Wish List for New Faculty 

Inside Higher Ed

As the academic year begins, Karlyn Crowley, a university provost, offers some thoughts to professors at the start of their careers. As provost, I have spent this summer imagining what I will say to welcome our new faculty this fall.

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How MSU Saved Millions Without Cutting Faculty or Programs

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EAB’s Paul Gunther is joined by Missouri State University Provost John Jasinski to talk through a highly successful transformation effort that resulted in more than $5 million in cost savings at MSU without cutting staff or programs.

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CIEE awards four US institutions $1m each to transform study abroad

The PIE News

“Study abroad is one of the most transformational college experiences that supports student retention and persistence to graduation,” said Nancy Gonzales, executive vice president and university provost, ASU.

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New Impact Academy cohort represents 25 states, reaches 15,000 teacher-candidates annually

Deans for Impact

Today, many of these leaders are also university provosts and presidents, national nonprofit leaders, state education administrators, and in other roles that shape the future of teaching and learning.

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Johns Hopkins Grad Students Successfully Unionize

Inside Higher Ed

programs will be represented by TRU-UE in collective bargaining with the university,” university provost Sunil Kumar announced in a statement. The union is called the Teachers and Researchers United–United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers. “Approximately 3,200 student workers across JHU’s 65 Ph.D.