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Evan S. Dobelle, who left multiple presidencies under clouds of controversy, is a senior vice president for the app Countable.
The university says it has added narrower questions to its part of the application that ask applicants if they have been convicted of or disciplined for violent offenses.
The potential changes described in a new study stem from imminent policies that will allow students to submit the financial-aid form earlier and use tax data from two years prior.
The communication strategies for those institutions take on added urgency now that "campus carry" is law and students will start coming back for the new academic year.
Nearly two years ago, a group of highly selective colleges riled critics when they announced plans for a shared application platform. Love it or hate it, itâs finally here.
In the Obama administrationâs waning months, hundreds of colleges remain under investigation. Legal challenges may change the landscape, but the governmentâs action has already left its mark.
Tim Chartier, a professor at Davidson College, uses mime to teach math at college and on the performance circuit.
A president finds a world filled with possibilities in Ruth Ozekiâs novel about an adolescent girl in Japan.
Her college-affordability plan was a favorite topic as Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton, while Donald Trump said his own plan for colleges was on the way. Plus: What if craft beers were your research topic?
The latest topics include barriers to STEM degrees and evidence-based models for teaching.
The well-known literary theorist tested his contrarian reputation to see what he could do as a dean at a regional public university.
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ITT Educational Services Inc. said in a corporate filing that the figure could decrease by 45 to 60 percent over the next six months.
The order marks the latest development in the odd saga that has ensued since the governor announced last month that he was dissolving the university's board. The new board has already accepted the resignation of James R. Ramsey, the university's president.
The Baylor Family. The Ole Miss family. The Rutgers family. When leaders want to convey a sense of community, experts say, they often resort to this well-worn metaphor.
The chairman of the Boston institution's Board of Trustees announced on Thursday that Margaret A. McKenna was no longer president.
With her job on the line and Janet Napolitano on the case, the University of California at Davisâs chancellor canât resist a fight.
Sheila Bair, president of Washington College, in Maryland, says itâs been too easy for colleges to raise tuition because itâs been too easy for students to borrow money, and that has created a drag on the economy. Â
The university just last fall emerged from a bruising federal inquiry into its handling of sexual violence.