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Shirley M. Collado, of Middlebury College, is one of the leaders of an effort to persuade certain doctoral students to consider teaching at small, rural colleges.
Changes in ventilation systems have added up to big savings at campuses in Arizona and California.
The tribe examined by an anthropologist at NYU works in plain sight in Manhattan, with lingo, rules, and customs all its own.
The Oral History Association's first-ever executive director, Clifford M. Kuhn, must lead it through the rocky terrain of legal challenges and digital advances.
Students go to college partly to land jobs. But are graduates ready for them? The Chronicle and Marketplace asked employers if colleges meet their needs.
As more colleges rush to offer free online courses, it's worth asking who might be left out for lack of high-speed Internet access to watch video lectures.
With a YouTube comment and a governor's challenge, the idea has grown into a kind of Rorschach test for how Americans view higher education.
Beheruz N. Sethna, who is retiring as president of the University of West Georgia, wanted to raise the institution's status, and he did.
About 15 percent of research facilities were subject to "inspection overlap," meaning multiple inspections by various agencies, in 2010-11.
MOOCs and other online tools are likely to enhance education, not cut tuition, at colleges like Harvard and MIT, said participants at a meeting in Cambridge, Mass.
Glimpses of life in academe from around the world
The group that seeks to maintain traditionalism in higher learning struggles to attract members and money.
While Congress failed to act in time to head off the federal spending cuts, higher-education and other groups still don't know exactly how they'll be affected.