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Jay Schalin joined the Pope Center in August 2007. He researches and writes about higher education issues, primarily in North Carolina, and oversees the center’s Web site.

A Philadelphia native, Schalin began working as a freelance journalist for the Asbury Park Press in New Jersey in 1994 and has also written for several other papers in New Jersey and Delaware. In 1998, he returned to school to complete his education, graduating from Richard Stockton College in New Jersey with a B.S. in computer science in 2001. After graduation, he was employed as a software engineer for Computer Sciences Corporation. Schalin received an M.A. in economics from the University of Delaware in 2008.

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The new James B. Hunt Library at North Carolina State on the new Centennial Campus has been heralded as one of the finest college libraries in the nation -- "the plugged-in library of the future," according to one Scientific American blogger.
The new James B. Hunt Library at North Carolina State on the new Centennial Campus has been heralded as one of the finest college libraries in the nation -- "the plugged-in library of the future," according to one Scientific American blogger.
 
The issue of campus speakers has, until now, focused on the rights of invited conservatives to speak without harassment and on the disparity of liberal speakers over conservative ones.
The issue of campus speakers has, until now, focused on the rights of invited conservatives to speak without harassment and on the disparity of liberal speakers over conservative ones.
 
Change is inevitable; whether it will come from deliberate policy changes or as an inevitable collapse remains to be seen.
Change is inevitable; whether it will come from deliberate policy changes or as an inevitable collapse remains to be seen.
 
A few years ago, the country became aware of a "bubble" building in higher education, as it had in housing.
A few years ago, the country became aware of a "bubble" building in higher education, as it had in housing.
 
The higher education reform world is starting to get crowded. It seems as if every time you blink your eyes, there's a new organization or website focusing on the reform of higher education.
The higher education reform world is starting to get crowded. It seems as if every time you blink your eyes, there's a new organization or website focusing on the reform of higher education.
 


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