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The abrupt economic peril and suboptimal circumstances resulting from the coronavirus pandemic should mean fewer job postings. Employers across almost all industries are taking a wait-and-see approach when it comes to hiring. While it's true that job postings on HigherEdJobs are down more than 30 percent based on total openings compared to this time last year, most of the decline is for administrative staff positions. In comparison, full- and part-time faculty job postings are down by only 6 percent.
"University officials' ineffective statements in response to the recent murders of Black people mirror ethical relativism decorated as civility," writes Leslie Ekpe is a Ph.D. student at Texas Christian University. "To stand in solidarity with the Black community is not just a moment of unity, but a call for action to dismantle structural racism." In a letter to university officials, she calls for better listening, thoughtful language, and less talk, more action.
University endowments in the United States are as old as the institutions themselves. They exist in order to provide core support for the long term -- to provide ongoing stability. However, endowments have drawn a lot of criticism from the public. Some say schools with the largest ones shouldn't charge tuition, and others argue that universities should not seek a maximum return on their investments. A former college president refutes those arguments, explaining the value of endowments and some of the nuances that may be overlooked.