Chronicle of Higher Education
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A complicated set of challenges put these students at high risk in college. Some programs provide them with a better chance of success.
For the modern residential university, image can be everything. These are the unseen, unacknowledged workers who keep a universityâs campus clean.
Behind a universityâs research, class field trips, and student recruitment efforts is "a virtual smorgasbord of vehicles." Meet the mechanics who keep them running.
Most colleges have social-media accounts with multitudes of followers. The staff members who run those accounts have an outsized influence on the institutionâs image..
The secretary of a collegeâs governing board is often called upon to ferry information between the collegeâs administration and the board.
Ball State Universityâs program has an 80-percent freshmen retention rate. Hereâs how it works.
John C. Hernandez is named permanent president of Santiago Canyon College, and Sherry Zylka is the new president of Big Sandy Community and Technical College.
Students who have been through foster care are often reluctant to accept help.
Bret Weinstein said on Fox News in the spring that Evergreen State College's administration had allowed a "mob" of student protesters "to control the campus."
The university says missed deadlines have caused it to question whether the student group "actually intends to, and/or is able to, carry out the proposed events."
The shift at the huge public-university system casts new attention on questions about how colleges decide whoâs ready for college-level work.
Several prominent figures listed as booked for âFree Speech Weekâ on the University of California campus said they had not made any such commitment.
The universityâs Institute of Politics is drawing fire for revoking a fellowship that had been offered to Chelsea Manning. Itâs the latest in a string of politically fraught moves.
James Ryan, dean of Harvardâs Graduate School of Education and a former law professor at UVa, will lead an institution that has gone from crisis to crisis.
The Central Intelligence Agency director canceled an engagement at the university after it named as a visiting fellow Ms. Manning, a former U.S. Army soldier who leaked classified government data.
James E. Ryan graduated from UVaâs School of Law and was a faculty member there.
A Native American group argues that a plot of land owned by the university is theirs by ancestral right. Scholars of indigenous studies at Brown cast doubt on the claim.
Some faculty members at Cornell University have accused an administrator of unfairly trying to influence a unionization vote. Two messages, and their timing, are at the heart of the dispute.
The University of Virginia, which received a $1,000 pledge from the Ku Klux Klan 96 years ago, said it would donate the sumâs present-day equivalent, $12,500.
How much interest is there in creating a common academic experience?