Chronicle of Higher Education
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A General Electric executive will lead the University of Montana; 15 academics are among the winners of the MacArthur awards.
The accusations against the Hollywood producer have prompted frank conversations about sexual misconduct. But it will still take a lot to shift how higher education treats such cases, experts say.
The NCAA's report all but ensures that none of Chapel Hillâs top brass will ever be disciplined for their involvement. Here's a list of the people who have borne the brunt of the scandal's fallout.
The NCAAâs decision not to penalize the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill left many observers frustrated. Thatâs because no one in higher education is really responsible for policing fraud of the scope that occurred in the UNC case.
The association not only stopped short of levying the extreme penalties that some observers had expected, but refrained from applying virtually any penalties at all.
Faculty members protested the role of members of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland on the search committee. Then the dean fired back.
Drexel University removed George Ciccariello-Maher from the classroom after he made controversial remarks. His students say theyâre frustrated by the decision.
Plenty of states are facing similar challenges, but none have proposed a restructuring plan on the scale that Wisconsin is considering.
The legislation would codify some guidelines â recently rescinded by the Education Department â for colleges on responding to campus sexual assault, in compliance with the federal gender-equity law.
The accusations of sexual harassment against the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein raise questions for colleges and academic disciplines. Have thoughts? Share them here.
How can you foster your studentsâ ability to engage in creative problem-solving?
An academic-fraud scandal at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been a black mark on the elite public institution for years. On Friday the slow-burning scandal is likely to enter a new chapter, when the National Collegiate Athletic Association is expected to announce its penalties. Â
A new survey on free-speech attitudes and expression on campuses came out on Wednesday. Here are three interesting findings.
The freshman, Maxwell Gruver, died after participating in a fraternity drinking game and consuming alcohol âin excess.â
David Carreraâs departure as vice president for fund raising is the latest in a string of high-profile controversies involving claims of misconduct by USC executives.
Under a plan rolled out by the systemâs president, each two-year institution would be merged with one of seven four-year campuses.
The football team and its coaches had previously decided to kneel at a different time and stand during the playing of the anthem, said a spokeswoman at the Pennsylvania college.
The widespread allegations of sexual misconduct against the Hollywood mogul apparently made his donation too toxic to accept.
A heavy police presence? Check. Logistics for a Milo Yiannopoulos appearance? Definitely. A sense of security across campus? Thatâs much harder to come by.
Four instructors spoke to The Chronicle about their experience cheating as students, and how it informs the way they handle academic misconduct.