Chronicle of Higher Education
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In an interview with Politico, the education secretary stated incorrectly that the federal government had taken over management of the student-loan market âostensiblyâ to pay for the Affordable Care Act.
Some projects used in psychology courses can be used to help students develop their integrative- and lateral-thinking skills.
Information-technology experts in higher education are gathering this week at Educauseâs annual meeting, in Philadelphia. We asked them what worries them the most about their jobs.
Amid feverish speculation but little solid information, a lawyer for one of the faculty members says the inquiry has nothing to do with her clientâs research.
Administrators say the goal is to help overwhelmed students graduate on time by streamlining course offerings, not to cut costs.
An online game points out the challenge of moving up the national rankings without putting low-income students at a disadvantage. Some enrollment realities may be lost in the shuffle.
Information-technology experts in higher education are gathering this week at the groupâs annual meeting, in Philadelphia. We asked them about common ways their work is misunderstood.
The Roman Catholic universityâs health-insurance plan covers 90 percent of its employees and more than 3,000 students.
âThe transition group was very circumspect about how much information they gave me about then-current policy,â the education secretary said in a new profile published by Politico Magazine.
It was Mr. Yiannopoulos's first university speaking engagement since the University of California at Berkeley's "Free Speech Week" was canceled in September.
Jonathan Martin had previously criticized the evangelical universityâs president for his support of President Trump.
Remarks by the White House chief of staff, John Kelly, sparked a debate about slaveryâs role in the conflict. Historians have long fielded such questions and say very little can change the minds of those convinced the war was about some other issue.
The outsourcing plan was projected to save millions, but faculty and staff members countered that it could put employees in a precarious situation.
Several institutions have worked overtime in recent years to head off campus costume controversies, but each year they still abound.
The professors, all from the department of psychological and brain sciences, have been put on paid leave, with restricted access to the campus.
A higher-education summit brings together influential educators to plot strategies for lifting college-completion rates.
For community-college students, the answer might be three in-person courses and two online ones, according to new research.
Regional airlines are looking to hire students as quickly as possible. The only problem is that theyâre hiring instructors too.
Thanassis Rikakis, a tenured professor in the Engineering College, will become a presidential fellow for academic innovation.
With a novel about a shady law school and the student-debt crisis, the best-selling fiction writer could shape popular views of higher-education policy.