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Fleming, David, and: performance-based budgeting, 142, 146
Fletcher, Ernie, and: Kentucky higher education reform, 192, 193,
196
Florida A&M, and: proposed law school, 198
Florida Association of Community Colleges, 199
Florida Atlantic University, and: competition for resources, 198
Florida Board of Education, 200, 216
Florida Board of Governors, 197; and Jeb Bush appointees, 199; major
policy decisions, 200, 202; attempts to abolish, 200; politics, 201;
distrustful voters, 215; authority to set tuition, 215, 216
Florida Board of Regents, and: no-tenure policies for faculty, 20, 22;
proposed medical school at University of Central Florida, 197;
dissolution in 2001, 198; political interference, 199; Jeb Bush’s
effort to replace, 214; feuding with the legislature, 216
Florida’s Governance of Public Education: Update
(March 2008)
(WilliamTrombley), 200–201
Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), and: no-tenure policy,
19–24; enrollment growth, 198
Florida Gulf Coast University by the Numbers
(table), 21
Florida International University, and: proposed medical school, 197;
competition for resources, 198; Board of Governors, 200, 215;
presidential salary increase, 202
Florida’s Public Universities andTheir Fall 2005 Enrollments
(chart),
199
Florida State University (FSU), and: Charles Reed, 122; newmedical
school, 197; proposed chiropractic school, 199; declining
minority enrollment, 213; budget cuts, 213, 216
Florida’s Unnatural Disaster: The state’s economic bubble has burst,
leaving higher education in a double bind
(March 2009) (Jon
Marcus), 213–216
Floyd, Dalton, and: performance-based budgeting in South
Carolina, 144, 145
Folkes, Axel (photography), 234
for-profit education: andWestern Governors University, licensed
course materials, 47; and Rio Salado College, similarities
to University of Phoenix, 75; and part-time faculty, 75;
and mainstream universities, 190; and high-priced loans,
students who can’t afford public universities, 224; and Obama
administration policy, 249; and Education Department rules
governing recruitment, 250; as competitor to community
colleges, 252; and high default rate on student loans, charges
of fraud, new regulations, 252; and enrollment decline at
University of Phoenix, 253; and new rules governing definition
of a credit hour, 254; and John Sperling, University of Phoenix,
287–290; and Cornell University’s eCornell, 291; and popular
acceptance of online courses, 292; and teacher education
courses, 293; as a challenge to traditional institutions, 305
Ford Foundation, 68
Forrester, Joe, (photo), 225; and: diminishing state support for
higher education in Pennsylvania, 225; increasing taxes, 227;
inequality in community college funding, 228
Foster, Tim, and: Colorado’s higher education voucher plan, 152;
(photo), 153; appeal of vouchers to low-income students, 154
Fox, Marye Anne, 220
Francis, Don, and: state aid to private colleges in Pennsylvania, 228
Frank LloydWright Foundation, 9, 11, 12
Frank LloydWright School of Architecture, 9–14
Frank LloydWright School of Architecture: For outsiders, the
school’s unusual practices can be shocking
(winter 2001) (Kathy
Witkowsky), 9–14
Frank LloydWright School of Architecture: Update
(July 2007) (Todd
Sallo), 12–13
FranklinW. Olin Foundation, and: establishing Olin College, 25, 27
Fredholm, Ken, 27
Fredholm, Nancy, 27
Fredholm, Susan, (photo), 25; and: National Science Foundation
graduate research fellowship, 29
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and: record
number of applicants, 174; lack of funds, 175; Obama
administration’s simplification of, 250
French, David, and: math assessment at Tidewater Community
College, 86; (photo), 87
Friedman, Rick (photography), 25–31
Frohnmayer, Dave, 176
Frost, Betty, and: use of technology in redesigningmath curriculum,
101, 102
Frostburg State, 211
FSU.
See
Florida State University
Fund for Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), 99
fundraising: and Berea College, 17, 18; and Cal State presidents, 124;
andMetropolitan State College of Denver’s in-house call center,
129; andOregon institutions seeking private donors to fill budget
gaps, 176; fromprivate foundations to exceed presidential salary
caps, 201; and involvement of CUNY faculty, 224; as a response
to reduced state spending, 226; at public and private institutions,
to build large endowments, 273; as part of the job of a university
president, 282, 295
Galinson, Murray, and: Charles Reed, 121
Gantz, Jay, and: Fulbright Scholarship, 29
Garbinski, Judy, 227, 228
Gardner, Chester S., and: four-year tuition guarantee for Illinois
students, 161, 162
Gardner, John, and: demographics of poor, rural states, 112
Garesche, Gay, 77
Garth, Jami, and: Berea College, 15, 18
Gates, Bill, 317
Gateway Community and Technical College, 196
Gearhardt, Greg, 193
Geiger, Llona, and: faculty contracts at Florida universities, 22
Geissler, Jayne, (photo), 105; and: retention efforts at East Carolina
University, 106–108
General Accounting Office, and: applicants to for-profit colleges
given deceptive information, 250, 252
“The GeneralTheory of Employment, Interest andMoney” (1936),
by JohnMaynard Keynes, Macmillan Cambridge University
Press, for Royal Economic Society, 271
GeorgeMasonUniversity, 205, 207
George, Edwin J., 20, 21
Georges, Ari, and: Frank LloydWright School of Architecture, 11
Georgia Board of Regents, and: tuition increase for 2003-04, 168
Georgia College & State University (GC&SU), 167, 169, 171
Georgia HOPE scholarship, 167–171; and: merit-aid programs, 297;
income cap, 298; lottery revenues, 299
Georgia Perimeter College, 169
Georgia State University (GSU), 23, 169, 170
Georgia Student Finance Commission, and: HOPE scholarship
program, 168, 170
Georgia Tech, 30, 169
Georgia’s Hope Scholarships: Update
(April 2009) (William
Trombley), 170
Geringer, Jim, and: WGU, 46, 47
GI Bill, 175, 185, 250, 256
Gibson, Ian, (photo), 229; and: opposition to Tony Blair, 231; effect of
tuition increases, 232
Gibson, Stephanie, and: University Systemof Maryland, faculty
teaching load, 210
Gilbert, Austin, and: South Carolina performance-based budgeting,
141, 142, 145; (photo), 142
Gilberto, Linda, and: adult Education at LaGuardia Community
College, 84