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This is the final week that faculty and staff can update dependent health care coverage information and participate in open enrollment.
College students jaywalk, pound energy drinks, forgo sleep -- and sniff at the H1N1 virus.
The BOR will vote on budget cuts and possible student fee increases: a budget cut increase from 6 to 8 percent will likely result in eliminating many positions that are currently frozen.
The Center for African-American Male Research, Success and Leadership gets recognition with a mangled institution name in this article.
The Chronicle of Higher Education reports that GIs and veterans have a new website to get guidance on higher education and scholarship opportunities at http://www.todaysgibill.org/.
Are professors really intimidated by tweeting students? Yes and no says the author.
Want to sound obnoxious? Tweed reports that the University of Chicago Writing Program's academic-sentence generator lets you sound “like the pompous ass you've always aspired to be.” Tweed: How to Talk Like an Intellectual.
The hardest hit public universities have eliminated staff and faculty slots but still have "strategic" thinking to do, a survey finds.