Chronicle of Higher Education
At the University of Washington, the online-retail giant unveils a new grant program that doesn’t care whether you’re a professor, a student, or a groundskeeper.
A study of full-time, non-tenure-track faculty members finds that many work in academic departments where they are subjected to slights, snubs, and exclusion from decision making.
Westwood College will forgive the institutional loan debt of former students in its criminal-justice program, following a lawsuit filed by the Illinois attorney general.
Laurie M. Joyner will step down from her post at Wittenberg University effective on Friday, the institution announced.
Speakers sought to demystify the group of selective colleges’ plan for improving the admissions process. But details of how the system would actually work remained in short supply.
"This plan is not simply, Here’s a bunch of money; go find faculty," said a university official. But diversity efforts can require broad collaboration and careful planning.
Pueblo County, which has a thriving pot industry, will use a tax on growers of the drug to fund a college-scholarship program for county residents.
All the editors and their entire editorial board resign after Elsevier refuses to make ‘Lingua’ fully open access and transfer ownership of the 66-year-old journal to them.
The "graduation success rate" of athletes who started college in 2008 was 86 percent — but the NCAA's metrics have some well-known weaknesses.
The university's president said that his words to lawmakers, spoken during a fierce budget standoff, had been taken out of context.
The police shot and killed the suspect, who was described as a male student in his 20s.
Recent graduates of for-profit colleges were no more likely to generate hiring interest than their community-college peers, or even those who had completed only high school, a new study found.
The latest data on college costs, released on Wednesday, show that they continue to climb. But what’s an ordinary person to make of that news? Here are four experts’ views.
In an arena already crowded with opinions, a panel organized by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences will try to produce a document that doesn’t die on the shelf.
Peter Ludlow resigned from Northwestern University on Monday after the institution started a process to fire him.
A report in The Washington Post details efforts by politicians and others to push back against the direction of the department's inquiry.
The money will be used to fund the recruitment of diverse professors, the university said, and to finance a faculty-development fund.
Officials at Harris-Stowe State University declined to comment on the verdict. The head of the historically black institution's governing board left open the possibility of an appeal.
Institutions are expanding the scope and role of their academic-technology centers to put more focus on student success, a survey of center directors finds.
The more researchers study "food insecurity" on campuses, the more serious the problem appears to be.