Chronicle of Higher Education
An assistant professorship at Brown U. named after a controversial German historian raises questions about how such positions are vetted.
A computer breach has made it harder to get tax records, and financial-aid officers are scrambling to help before the academic year begins.
More colleges say internationalization is a key goal, says a report, but some worry that conflicts in Eastern Europe and the Middle East could hamper such efforts.
A training session at the University of Richmond highlights one way colleges are educating students.
Alice Dreger, an author and professor of medical humanities, says a dean tried to censor portions of an essay in a journal she guest-edited.
Sexual-assault education is now a major topic of discussion at the college level. But many students have already experienced some sort of violence by the time they move in.
So what is adaptive learning? At a summit, ed-tech makers and other experts try to figure that out.
Even though the colleges kicked in more grant aid, only about half of them were able to bring in more freshmen than the year before, according to an annual survey.
Keeping the students can require tutoring, help with financial aid, and emotional support.
Appealing to potential applicants is colleges’ No. 1 goal in an era of digital recruitment.
The ire stirred by a recent op-ed and by a large gift sounds familiar. Questions about the tax benefits that flow to wealthy colleges have swirled before, to little avail.
Tennessee universities may soon join the ranks of institutions that privatize the management, maintenance, and security of their buildings.
Tens of thousands of students qualify as "unaccompanied homeless youth." The students’ message to colleges: Improve your policies.
The case stems from the mismanagement of nearly a decade’s worth of federal research funds; the university has largely blamed one professor.
A study attempts to draw links between life expectancy, approvals of new drugs, and research supported by the NIH. Some experts say those aren’t dots that can be connected.
Faculty members are using the abundance of smartphones and tablets on campuses to better engage students in the classroom.
The university said it would end subsidies for graduate students’ health care, citing a provision of Obamacare. Here’s a guide to the controversy.
The department proposed that records should stay private in all but a limited number of circumstances. Experts say the draft guidance represents a careful compromise.
Paying for college is personal, and there are few guidelines that apply to families of different means.
The board dismissed a union bid by Northwestern's football players but declined to rule on whether they were employees.