FW: 3/30/2005 Daily Report from The Chronicle of Higher Education
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* * PROFESSORS AT A CAMPUS of Si Tanka University, in South
Dakota, plan to stop working by the end of the week because
they have not been paid since February 15. The campus no
longer qualifies for federal support for institutions with
large American Indian enrollments.
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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS WEEK'S CHRONICLE
CHANGING THEIR SMILES
A research team at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln,
including a dentist, linguists, and a clinical psychologist, is
studying the results of replacing the teeth of Sudanese refugees
who had theirs pulled for cultural reasons.
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MAGAZINES & JOURNALS
A glance at the spring issue of Tribal College Journal:
A QUESTION OF IDENTITY: As tribally controlled colleges become
more respected, they contemplate their identities and ambitions.
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