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EMU's Martin Agrees To Get Counseling

As Eastern Michigan University President Susan Martin pledged Wednesday to get alcohol counseling after being accused of inappropriate professional conduct, students were trying to make sense of what happened to their leader, and the university's image.

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Northwestern, Washington & Lee Sign With Care.Com's Workplace Solutions To Enhance Benefit Programs Santa Clara University Renews Relationship

Care.com, Inc., a leader in providing families with access to care providers and solutions, announced that Northwestern University and Washington and Lee University have selected its Workplace Solutions program to provide a new level of work-life support for their communities.

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1st Year Behind Her, Herbst Keeps Pedal Down On UConn's Mission Of Ambition

A year on the job and the question isn't whether University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst is up to the job. It's whether we're ready for her.

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Former IPFW Chancellor Hopes His Caring Rubbed Off

The former chancellor of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne said after 18 years there, he hopes his caring about the school and the people has rubbed off.

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U of Louisiana System President Randy Moffett Announces Retirement

Randy Moffett, president of the University of Louisiana System that oversees nine state colleges including the recently added University of New Orleans, announced today that he will retire in early fall. He had been president of the university system for four years.

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Mid-America Christian University Outsources Enrollment, Plans Expansion

Mid-America Christian University overhauled its enrollment services this week in a move university officials say will help manage growth.

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Big Rewards, Less Job Security For College Leaders

Helicopter parents, impatient trustees, overworked professors, entitled athletics boosters and deeply partisan lawmakers with little cash to spare. It's enough to make people wonder why anyone would want the job of college president.

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Gregoire, Others Criticize Pay Raises For WWU Professors

Gov. Chris Gregoire and other political leaders decried a recent agreement giving Western Washington University professors pay raises amid a tough economy.

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