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Mazza, Bill, and: tutors at LaGuardia Community College, 81;
(photo), 84
McCabe, Robert, and: developing newways of delivering education,
88
McCall, Mike, (photo), 193; and: Kentucky Community and
Technical College System, 194, 195
McCallin, Nancy, and: Colorado’s higher education voucher plan,
155, 159
McCarthy, Joseph, and: subversive activities panel, 275; attacks on
liberal academics, 277; academic freedom, 285
McCarthyism, and: post-9/11 period in higher education, 275, 277,
278, 285
McClary, Harrison (photography), 102
McConnell, Danni, 185
McCoy, Mary, and: interdisciplinary studies at University of
Minnesota Rochester, 40; (photo), 41
McDonald, David, (photo), 173; and: Oregon Opportunity Grants,
174
McGuinness, Aims Jr., and: higher education reform in Kentucky,
191; adult education, 195
McKinney, Kim, (photo), 177
McMaken, Ryan, 153
McPherson, Michael, 117
McTarnaghan, Roy E., and: building Florida Gulf Coast University,
19; distance education, 20; private fundraising effort, 21; lack of
flexibility from legislators, 22; faculty contracts, 24; (photo), 24
Measuring Up 2000
, 165
Measuring Up 2002
, 152
Measuring Up 2004
, 165
Measuring Up 2008
, 190
Medical University of South Carolina, 142, 144, 145
Mehlhaff, Aaron, 6
Mellow, Gail, and: LaGuardia Community College, 79; (photo), 80;
enrollment, 81; career paths for students, 83, 84
Melton, Michelle, on: value of postsecondary education, 321–323
Mendenhall, Robert, (photo), 45, 52; and: increasing enrollment
at WGU, 46; U.S. Secretary of Education’s Commission on
the Future of Higher Education, 47; a newmodel for higher
education, 48, 55; expansion of degree programs at WGU, 49;
competency programs eligible for federal financial aid, 49;
access for working adults, 50; WGU Indiana, 51, 52; state-by-
state model, 53
Merisotis, Jamie, and: Lumina Foundation for Education, startup
funding for WGU Indiana, 53; praise for Virginia community
colleges, 86; Obama administration’s higher education goals,
256; (photo), 256
Mesa State College, 153, 156
Metropolitan State College of Denver (Metro State), and: federal
stimulus funding, 129, 130; Bruce Benson, support for voucher
proposal, 152; College Opportunity Fund, 157; state funding
per student credit hour, 158
Meyers, Terry, and: responses to financial crisis, 188, 189; faculty
salaries, 189; (photo), 190
Miami Dade College, and: diversity of enrollment, overcrowding,
214; tuition and affordability, 216
Michelson, Kelly, and: law enforcement program at Rio Salado
College, 74
MichiganManufacturing Training Network, and: Michigan Virtual
University, 291
MichiganMerit Scholarships, and: merit-based aid, 297, 298
Michigan State University, and: WoodrowWilson Teaching
Fellowship program, 72; 127; universities as engines of social
change, 228; use of online courses to accelerate workforce
development, 291
Michigan Virtual Automotive College, and: cooperation from
automakers, 291; Michigan Virtual University (MVU), 291
Michigan Virtual University (MVU), and: private training
providers, 291; Michigan Virtual High School, 291, 292
Middle College National Consortium, and: establishing early
colleges, 67, 68
Milas, Lawrence, and: Olin College, 25–27
Milios, John, and: academic freedom, 278
Miller, Ben, 255, 256
Miller, Donald, 193
Miller, George, 254
Miller, Harris, and: for-profit colleges, 252–254
Miller, Margaret, 47
Miller, Richard, (photo), 25; and: Olin College, 26–30
Miller, Zell, and: Georgia HOPE scholarship, 167, 168, 171; (photo),
169
Mills, Gerald, and: role of the university system in the Irish
economy, 239
Mills, Kay, on: distance learning, and use of technology in
redesigned university classes, 89–94; Virginia Tech’s Math
Emporium, 95–98; Tennessee community colleges, and use of
technology in developmental courses, 99–102; Kentucky, and
reform legislation for higher education, 191–196; University
System of Maryland, and campaign to increase student aid,
209–212; Pennsylvania, and reduced aid for higher education,
225–228
MIT, 29, 31, 286, 314
Miyoshi, Kazu, and: adult education at LaGuardia Community
College, 84
Monetary Assistance Program (MAP), and: need-based grants in
Illinois, and funding cuts, 161, 164, 165
Moody, Michael, 29
Moon, Sidney, 72
Moore, Anne, and: Virginia Tech’s Math Emporium, 98,
Moore, Michael, 192
Moore, Sue Hodges, (photo), 126; and: North Kentucky University,
128
Moore, Valeria, (photo), 99; and: East Carolina University retention
efforts, 105
Moran, Kathy, 72
Morehead State University, and: reform legislation in Kentucky,
191–196
Moreno, Christian, and: students leaving college because of rising
tuition, 216
Morgan, John, and: performance-based funding in Tennessee, 147;
competition for resources, 149; (photo), 149; rewarding better
performance, 150
Morris, Jermaine, and: overcrowding at New York’s public
universities, 222
Mortenson, Tom, (photo), 115; and: declining number of male
students on American campuses, 115–119; college affordability
in Colorado, 152
Mosby, Warren, 77
Moscar, Lauren, (photo), 105; and: retention efforts at East Carolina
University, 108
Munitz, Barry, and: lack of legislative support for higher education
in California, 136; K–12 remediation effort, 139
Murdoch, Duncan, and: Olin College, 29
Murphy, Sarah, and: Frank LloydWright School of Architecture, 9,
10, 13
Murphy, Todd, (photo), 177
Mustard, David, and: unintended consequences of HOPE
scholarship, 169
Myers, Shelly, and: retention and graduation efforts at East Carolina
University, 104, 106, 107; (photo), 107