Ives Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations and Economics at Cornell University and director of the Cornell Higher Education Research Institute (CHERI), which studies trends in higher education.
What does CHERI stand for?
CHERI stands for Cornell Higher Education Research Institute
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- Community Health Education & Resources (Spokane, WA)
- Consortium of Household Panels for European Socio-Economic Research
- Current HIV Education Research (publication)
- Comprehensive HAZMAT Emergency Response Capability Assessment Program (US government)
- Canadian Health Economics Research Association
- Collaborative Health, Education and Research Centre
- Centre for Higher Education Research and Development (University of Manitoba, Canada)
- Centre for Health Economics Research Evaluation (University of Technology Sydney; Australia)
- Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group (World Health Organization)
- Centre for Higher Education Research and Information (est. 1992; UK)
- Community Health Educator Referral Liaison (Princeton, NJ)
- Computational Human Engineering Research Office (NASA-Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA)
- Calcium Homeostasis Endoplasmic Reticulum Protein (genetics)
- Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (Pennsylvania)
- Centre for Health Research and Psycho-Oncology (Australia)
- Cikumutuk Hydrology and Erosion Research Project (Netherlands and Indonesia)
- Channel Error
- Christian Home Educators of Round Rock
- Chapter Environment Resource System (American Red Cross)
- Continuous High-Amplitude EEG (Electroencephalogram) Rhythmical Synchronous Slowing
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The nation's large, urban community colleges may be getting a bum deal under standard finance practices, according to a working paper released by the Cornell Higher Education Research Institute last month.
Ehrenberg, the author of the report and director of the Cornell Higher Education Research Institute, said this defeats the notion that tuition rises with faculty salaries.