April 11, 2011
Request to the California Supreme Court to review an appeals court decision that curtails a trial court's discretion to exclude highly speculative expert testimony. The case involves a dispute over a non-commercial academic research agreement.
Request for Review in Sargon Enterprises v. University of California
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December 19, 2014
"The Department of Education has worked hard and engaged in extensive consultation to produce a thoughtful report on the status of its planned ratings system. However, in reality this is a status report on the beginning of a conceptual framework.
In today’s headlines, the Associated Press was among those covering the release of the Department of Education’s status report on its plan to rate colleges and universities, and the Chronicle of Higher Education explored why comparing lots of institutions might not prove helpful to many students. See these and more stories below.
December 17, 2014
Recently released figures confirm what many higher education leaders are experiencing firsthand: America’s enrollment decline is real, no matter where an institution is located. The days of reliable year-over-year growth are numbered, but colleges and universities are flexing new muscles to reach new students, analyze recruitment strengths, and shape up enrollment soft spots.
Data from a recent report published in the U.S. Department of Education’s Digest of Education Statistics is highlighted to show the dynamics of the approximately 23 million students that will be enrolled in postsecondary degree-granting institutions by the fall of 2021.
Despite a projected 7 percent drop in Ohio high school graduates overall, the University of Cincinnati’s enrollment last year broke institutional records. University of Cincinnati President Santa J. Ono details his institution’s successful strategies for defying the odds.