Just Finished An Article Titled The Lack of Black and Hispanic Professors

| February 16, 2010

For many years I have worked in higher education, this article leads me to a lot of interesting thoughts as well as lots of retrospection, over the years I have set through lots of cabinet meetings with presidents and chancellors and other senior administrators. As I looked around the room not only was I the […]

The Lack of Black and Hispanic professors

| February 16, 2010

By Tracy Jan Globe Staff / February 16, 2010 The lack of black and Hispanic professors, highlighted in two recent reports critical of the faculty makeup at MIT and Emerson College, is a problem shared by the most prominent universities in the Boston area, a Globe survey reveals. Graphic Minority faculty Among those struggling the […]

For-Profit Colleges Change Higher Education’s Landscape

| February 8, 2010

Nimble companies gain a fast-growing share of enrollments Noah Berger for The ChronicleThe U. of Phoenix’s San Francisco Learning Center, in the financial district, offers information-technology, business, and other degrees. As of this month, the university’s total enrollment is 455,600. By Robin Wilson For more, http://chronicle.com/ Publication: The Chronicle of High Education

Are we truly ready for Cybersecurity ?

| February 5, 2010

Official Summary 11/7/2009–Introduced.Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of 2009 – Directs specified federal agencies participating in the National High-Performance Computing Program to: (1) transmit to Congress a cybersecurity strategic research and development plan and triennial updates; and (2) develop and annually update an implementation roadmap for such plan. Provides for the award of computer and network security […]