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Views of Presidential Candidates on Higher Education: A Brief Bibliography

by John O. Harney
July 19, 2016

Over the next two weeks, the two major U.S. parties will be pitching their platforms on issues facing Americans. It's a good time to learn more about their views on higher education...

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Pecking Orders, Guns, Tracking and More from the NEJHE Beat

by John O. Harney
July 12, 2016

Pecking orders. Harvard and Cornell recently tied for the U.S. higher ed institutions that educate the most CEOs who run U.S. companies listed by Forbes in the top 100. We would...

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The Demise of the Faculty Lounge

by Sophie Lampard Dennis
July 5, 2016

Remember the faculty lounge? When I began at my current institution back in 1999, there was one in every building—sometimes two! This public space—complete with industrial...

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Open Up: This Won’t Hurt a Bit

by Northern Essex Community College Staff
June 28, 2016

Colleges finding Open Educational Resources offer solution to cost problem ... It was the first day of class at Northern Essex Community College (NECC) and a student in professor...

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Pushing Back on Higher Education as Trainer for High-Tech Jobs

by George McCully
June 21, 2016

NEBHE’s upcoming annual Leadership Summit scheduled for this coming October poses the question, “How Employable Are New England's College Graduates, and What Can Higher Education...

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Newslink

Pell Mell

by The New England Council
July 18, 2016

DC Shuttle ... Appropriations Committee Passes Education Funding Bill. The House Appropriations Committee passed the labor, HHS and education appropriations bill by a vote of 31...

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Reauthorization of Perkins Percolating on Capitol Hill

by The New England Council
July 11, 2016

DC Shuttle ... House Committee Passes Perkins Reauthorization. The House Education and the Workforce Committee unanimously approved a reauthorization of the Perkins Career and...

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Rice Named Interim Head of UMPI; Antioch Presidents Let Go as System “Deeply” Consolidates

by John O. Harney
July 5, 2016

Rice Comings and Goings ... University of Maine at Presque Isle (UMPI) Provost Raymond J. Rice was appointed interim president of UMPI, where he will remain as provost. The appointment...

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Getting Technical

by The New England Council
July 5, 2016

DC Shuttle ... Perkins CTE Reauthorization Bill Introduced. Republican and Democratic members of the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce introduced a bill designed...

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Schott to Leave UMPI; Vt Smiths Change Roles

by John O. Harney
June 28, 2016

Schott Comings and Goings ... University of Maine at Presque Isle President Linda Schott accepted an offer to serve as president of Southern Oregon University. Schott began her...

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