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Institutional-affairs officials saw the most significant salary gains. View median salaries for 227 professional positions here.
An annual report's figure jumped this year, but largely because the foundation started counting "high-value postsecondary certificates" instead of just associate degrees or higher.
The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, long dismissed in academe as a relic of the culture wars, has a resonant message for disruption-prone college boards. Not everyone is happy about that.
Michael A. Nutter says he was attracted to the university, in part, because his daughter studies there.
Students protest from Ole Miss to Princeton, the Antonin Scalia School of Law changes its name, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security creates a fake college.
The way colleges teach math has long been criticized as outdated. Now a new player is fostering fresh approaches.
In Sinclair Lewisâs 1935 novel, the suppression of speech begins on campuses. Whatâs the chance that could still happen here?
The Black Liberation Collective uses online platforms the way the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee used the black press in the 1960s.
At the University of Pittsburgh, she brings the science of education to the field of rehabilitation technology.
As president of LaGuardia Community College, in New York, she has sought out unlikely partners to help students get jobs.
A new network will allow college instructors to share and exchange digital tools and the lessons they create.
The free online atlas, developed at the University of Richmond, presents social developments in a compellingly interactive way.
For MIT's point person on digital learning, the best approach is to persuade colleagues through engagement and research.
New studies argue that much research on educational outcomes fails to fully account for studentsâ predispositions or the risks of too much of a good thing.
The protesters said their fight to improve conditions for the university's workers was not over.
Steven J. Rosenstone, of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, said he would step down when his contract ends, in July 2017.
The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, which accredited the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges, is no stranger to criticism.
In a conference call with reporters, Ms. Spellings said she was âabsolutelyâ worried about the implications of the law, particularly âwhat it might suggest with respect to the culture we would be engendering on campuses.â
On the heels of the university's attempts to respond to sexual assault, another football player is accused.
Donnie Tyndall has received a 10-year show-cause order from the association for his role in the university's infractions case.