November 24, 2006
The Bottom Line for College Presidents: Money Matters, Chronicle of Higher Education
Roger W. Bowen says he was excited when he agreed to become president of the State University of New York at New Paltz, in 1996. So excited, in fact, says Mr. Bowen, who is now general secretary of the American Association of University Professors, that he gave almost no thought to the annual salary of $108,000.
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November 24, 2006
Compensation of Presidents, Chronicle of Higher Education
This database shows the compensation received by the chief executives at each of 670 private colleges, plus 114 specialized institutions, as well as 183 public colleges and public systems and 32 major higher education associations.
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November 24, 2006
The Million-Dollar President, Soon to be Commonplace? Chronicle of Higher Education
A 'Chronicle' survey finds 53-percent increase in presidents with compensation of at least $500,000. The number of chief executives in higher education moving into the highest ranks of compensation accelerated in the past year.
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September 8, 2006
With All Due Respect, Shut Up, Chronicle of Higher Education
I just got off the phone with a candidate for a leadership position at a major research university. I had called to discuss the candidate's background relative to the requirements of the job in anticipation of a formal interview.
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June 13, 2006
Relations Between Presidents and Boards Top Agenda at Leadership Forum, Chronicle of Higher Education
More than 250 college leaders and trustees gathered here last week for The Chronicle's first-ever forum on presidential leadership to discuss some of the most pressing job-related issues facing higher-education officials these days.
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July 9, 2004
There's Such a Thing as Way Too Public, Chronicle of Higher Education
If you are going to be involved in a Tennessee-style "open" search for president of the state's flagship university, come armed.
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July 9, 2004
Keeping Searches Secret, Chronicle of Higher Education
More and more states are allowing their public colleges to mount presidential searches without disclosing the identities of the candidates
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December 3, 1999
From C.V. to Résumé, Chronicle of Higher Education: Chronicle Careers
If you are exploring careers outside academe, one of your first steps is to convert your C.V. into a résumé. What's the difference between the two, and how do you make the transformation?
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