Daily News Scan – Oct. 11


Korceck’s Corner: Homecoming Huskies trivia
(Mike Korcek, DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 10/11/13)

NIU Prof: Shutdown Impacts Antarctic Research
(Jenna Dooley, WNIJ, 10/10/13)

“Success coaches” prodding college students to graduate
(Jon Marcus, Hechinger Report, 10/9/13)

Princeton Review Tabs SIUE School of Business Among Nation’s Best
(PRWeb, Virtual Strategy Magazine, 10/11/13)

What College Will Be Like in 2023
(Gabriel Kahn, Wall Street Journal, 10/10/13)

Matthew Morrison to Serve as a Professor at the CLM 2013 Litigation Management Institute
(PR Buzz, 10/11/13)

1 in 5 U.S. Workers: I’m Too Educated for My Job
(Jordan Weissmann, The Atlantic, 10/9/13)

Millikin University chooses new president
(Alissa Groeninger-AP, State Journal-Register, 10/10/13)

Higher Ed Mostly Unscathed by Shutdown
(Diverse Issues in Higher Education, 10/9/13)

District 428 superintendent transition underway
(Jillian Duchnowski, DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 10/11/13)

Schmack winds up at Valparaiso, and delivers
(Marty Maciaszek, Daily Herald, 10/11/13)

Amid Criticism, U. of Chicago Clarifies Policy on Elevators
(Inside Higher Ed, 10/10/13)

The Devil’s in the Performance-Based Details
(Michael J. Garanzini, Chronicle of Higher Education, 10/7/13)

Illinois Artist Cheryl Holz Featured at AmericanFrame.com
(PRWeb, Street Insider, 10/10/13)

Geneva attorney announces run for state House seat
(Steve Lord, Aurora Beacon-News, 10/10/13)

NIU Prof: Shutdown Impacts Antarctic Research
(Jenna Dooley, WILL, 10/10/13)

World Mental Health Day Heightens Awareness of College Student Woes
(Dianne Hayes, Diverse Issues in Higher Education, 10/10/13)

Engineering Night at CLC
(Daily Herald, 10/10/13)

Durkin Doubtful Pension Changes Will Happen This Fall
(Willis Kearn, WUIS, 10/10/13)

UW System’s Flexible Option program gets $1.2 million grant
(Karen Herzog, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 10/10/13)

Military Tuition On Hold
(Michael Stratford, Inside Higher Education, 10/10/13)

Out-of-state students drive Michigan university enrollment 
(Kim Kozlowski, Detroit News, 10/10/13)

U of C MBA does a lot to boost your pay
(Lorene Yue, Crain’s Chicago Business, 10/10/13)

Ohio State Completes 2015 Slate
(Jeff Svoboda, Buckeye Sports Bulletin, 10/10/13)

Big Band All-Ages Show Oct. 13 at Durty Nellie’s in Palatine
(Chicago Tribune, 10/10/13)

Longtime children’s librarian to retire
(Kay Nguyen, Aberdeen News, 10/10/13)

It’s not good, but it’s not this bad
(Rich Miller, Capitol Fax, 10/11/13)

White Named Permanent President At Millikin
(Sean Crawford, WUIS, 10/10/13)

Gophers announce Jerry Kill to take time off to manage epilepsy
(Joe Christensen, Minneapolis Star Tribune, 10/10/13)

Two-Tiered Tuition is Back
(Paul Fain, Inside Higher Ed, 10/10/13)

UA football: Zips look for return of early momentum
(George M. Thomas, Akron Beacon Journal, 10/10/13)

Sosnowski to host immigration reform discussion in Belvidere Oct. 16
(Rock River Times, 10/10/13)

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