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Here is an easy question to lead off with, a soft lob down the middle for University Business sluggers: What do the following cities and towns have in common: Amherst, Cambridge, Berkeley, Huntsville, Madison, Ann Arbor, Princeton, Chapel Hill, and Palo Alto?

Following a pattern that has continued for several years, median senior-level administrative salaries outpaced inflation in the last year, growing by 3.5 percent from the 2004 to 2005 school years, according to a new survey from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resour

This campus is not just located in Brooklyn Heights. It truly serves the community there, with this new building and others.

The most frequent out-sourced human resource functions at any college or university are usually payroll, employee assistance programs (EAP), and benefits administration. IHEs are certainly doing it, but at the end of the day, does outsourcing really save money?

There's one essential team quality that's often misunderstood: conflict. Many leaders mistakenly believe conflict among team members is bad. Actually, it is one of the best indicators of a healthy team.

Five years ago, a technology professional couldn't turn around in a crowded room without bumping into a vendor selling a hot new technology called Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).

In 1992, a two-year institution then known as Utah Valley Community College set out to launch degree programs at the baccalaureate level.

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