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2115
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Among other actions, the 1994 General Assembly appropriated funds for capital improvement throughout the University of North Carolina system and authorized such student finance programs as Scholarships for Native Americans.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 25 Issue 4, Fall 1994, p10-14, il
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4355
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Higher education laws passed by the 1996 North Carolina General Assembly include appropriations, funding, and spending; fire safety; and student aid.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 27 Issue 4, Fall 1996, p20-23, il
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4360
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Joyce presents laws passed by the 1993 North Carolina General Assembly pertaining to higher education, including appropriations for capital improvements on various campuses, salary increases, special university and community college spending directives, and legislation affecting the community college system.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 24 Issue 3, Summer 1993, p16-22, il
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4395
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Higher education legislation that did not pass the 1999 North Carolina General Assembly was of more interest than what did. Legislation authorizing sale of $3 billion in university and community college bonds could not be agreed upon. Items passed dealt with appropriations, salaries, student aid and tuition, and authorization to community colleges to establish a campus police force.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 30 Issue 3, Summer 1999, p21-25, f
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5304
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While the 2001 North Carolina General Assembly passed legislation affecting appropriations and salaries, and students and academic programs, the most controversial item was a call to study the thirty-year-old governing structure of the university system. Our former governors spoke against it, but the legislature went ahead and established a commission to conduct the study.
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5820
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Joyce discusses laws passed by the 2002 North Carolina General Assembly pertaining to higher education, including appropriations and salaries, community college governance, and UNC governance.
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6539
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Joyce discusses laws passed by the 2003 North Carolina General Assembly pertaining to higher education, including appropriations and salaries, university and community college governance, and financial aid.
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6537
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Joyce discusses laws passed by the 2003 North Carolina General Assembly pertaining to higher education, including appropriations and salaries, university community college governance, and financial aid.
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7011
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Funding for public higher education has been austere in the last several sessions of the North Carolina General Assembly. Reduction in funding was also ordered in the 2004 session. Joyce discusses the assembly's actions as they apply to appropriations and salaries, tuition and student aid, and university and community college governance.
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7081
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Globalization is defined as the exchange of people, goods, and ideas across national boundaries. Conway discusses indicators of globalization, including exports, foreign direct investment, and foreign language training, and where North Carolina stands on each of them. She then examines the role of higher education in developing North Carolina's response to current social and economic needs.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 69 Issue 3, Spring/Summer 2004, p35-42, il, f
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7825
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Money for higher education remained tight in the 2005 North Carolina General Assembly. There was only a slight rise in funding for the University of North Carolina and Community College systems. Joyce discusses the assembly's actions as they apply to appropriations and salaries, purchasing and contracting, student relationships and financial aid, and university and community college governance.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 36 Issue 3, Summer 2005, p14-20, f
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9429
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After several lean years of funding for the University of North Carolina and Community College systems, the 2006 General Assembly increased funding for the UNC System by 12 percent and the Community College System by 15 percent. Joyce discusses the assembly's actions as they apply to appropriations and salaries, student relationships and financial aid, and university and community college governance.
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10254
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Joyce discusses the 2007 North Carolina General Assembly's legislation as it applies to appropriations and salaries, student relationships and financial aid, and university and community college governance.
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13887
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The development of quality without quantity has made Catawba College at Salisbury one of the South's foremost liberal arts institutions.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 18 Issue 1, June 1950, p6-7, 19, f
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16529
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Leef brings to light the disconnect between matriculation and education. This article argues that despite the cost of higher education, college graduates often are ignorant of basic principles, and college education has become an industry that prospers by processing through large numbers of students.
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