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Richard C. Levin brings international business savvy and academic bona fides to the MOOC company.
A new report suggests that students who use GI Bill education benefits graduate at about the same rate as their traditional peers.
Scholars may be in the limelight again, but departments devoted to studying the region are not what they were during the Cold War. What will support the next generation of scholars?
Administrators want to bring the spirit of the college’s open undergraduate curricula to its doctoral programs.
A proposal in Tennessee, for example, has prompted turf wars with other higher-education institutions.
At Manhattanville College, Pledger Fedora will show teachers a multisensory approach to reading.
The president of the nation's only for-profit medical school argues that her college’s mission to prepare rural doctors could be compromised.
Many small, midsize, or specialized colleges that survived the recession are facing a new round of woes.
Rolando Hinojosa-Smith, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, wrote a series of novels in English and Spanish.
Many of the biggest stories in the country’s postrecession atmosphere are bound up with education, journalists say.
Colleges and the military face heavy criticism for their responses to sexual assault. Can they find a new approach?
The culture of solidarity at the academies can make it hard for victims of sexual assault to come forward, or even to seek help.
S. David Wu, engineering dean at Lehigh University, will take the top academic post at George Mason. Read about that and other career-related news.
Glimpses of life in academe from around the world.
Negotiators will consider the department’s drafts of a new "state authorization" rule and standards for college-affiliated student debit cards.
Freshmen believe their skills are fully formed; professors say learning to write is a process.
The mostly online university reports that moves to satisfy a regional accreditor, such as hiring more instructors and slashing its recruitment staff, had been costly to its bottom line.