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Ross Executive Education Program Resources: U.S.

Resources for participants in the Executive Education extended programs.

Most Commonly Requested Newspapers

New York Times (via ABI/INFORM - ProQuest)

Best link - New York Times Complete (1851-present) from the University of Michigan Library & ProQuest

Ross Users | UM Users

Wall Street Journal (via ABI/INFORM - ProQuest)

Best Link -  Wall Street Journal Complete (1889-present) from University of Michigan Library and ProQuest

Ross Users | UM Users

Financial Times (via ABI/INFORM - ProQuest)

Ross Users | UM Users

NOTE: Financial Times has a 30 day embargo for electronic content.


Factiva News Pages

Chronicle of Higher Education

UM Users Link


Description (from the University of Michigan Library):

Online edition of the U.S.'s major news source for higher education.  Includes text of every news article and essay from all weekly print issues published since September 1989, supplemented with all daily website-only updates and new-media extras such as slide shows, podcosts, and videos published since  May 1998.  Also includes blogs, job postings, The Chronicle Review weekly magazine and complete data from the annual Almanac of Higher Education since 1995, including demographics, enrollment, staff salaries, tuition fees, test scores, and more state by state, with additional sections for:  Administrator Data, including pay and benefits of presidents; Financial & Institutional Data, including gifts and endowments, statistics on crime, graduation rates, degrees conferred, and Congressional earmarks for higher education; Faculty Data, including salaries, race and ethnicity, and scholarly productivity; and Student Data, including characteristics, enrollment, financial aid, foreign students, and test scores.


About personal accounts (optional):  

Current U-M faculty, students and staff may create personal accounts that will also give them full access to the Chronicle website from anywhere provided that they enter their personal U-M email address (ending in “”) as the email address for the account. To create a personal account, click on the “Create a Free Account” link that appears at the top right of the Chronicle website, or visit


After creating a personal account, you can sign up for the Chronicle’s newsletters which provide daily and/or weekly updates of academic news of particular interest to you and which arrive via email. If you have previously created a personal account, and have used your personal U-M email address (ending in “”) to do so, your account should automatically give you unrestricted access to the entire Chronicle site.