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Atorod Azizinamini has been trying to speed up the process of replacing bridges. Now a Florida International University project is giving him a testing ground.
Thomas Rosenbaum will become president of the California Institute of Technology next July. Read about that and other job-related news.
The decision overturns a wrongful-death verdict in the 2007 shootings, which changed how colleges respond to emergencies.
A Senate hearing on campus innovations and two bills filed in the House last week highlight lawmakers' concern about college costs.
The agency is urging former military-service members to be cautious about where they choose to spend their GI Bill benefits.
Michael Mann, a former researcher at the University of Virginia, has taken the unusual step of becoming a leading antagonist of a candidate for governor in that state.
New rules from the Education Department affect loans in default and forbearance. An email campaign will encourage borrowers to consider better payment options.
Glimpses of Life in Academe From Around the World.
One provost felt the heat when faculty members felt out of the loop. Pay is a sensitive issue, officials say, and communication is key.
Intent on bolstering its research capacity, China is looking for "highly targeted collaborations," says a recent report.
The president of Midland University's entry into politics presents challenges for his campaign and the private Nebraska institution.
Complete College America argues that 15 credit hours a semester should be the norm. Federal financial aid is pegged to a 12-credit-hour standard.
The Education Department will hold four public forums at locations around the country next month.
See a collection of the latest job-market reports issued by major scholarly associations.
The Modern Language Association says the drop reversed an advertising rebound in the previous two years.
A digital edition of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" notebooks goes online this week, inaugurating the Shelley-Godwin Archive and a new era in participatory scholarship.
Five years after Congress required the publication of the results of human medical trials, a comprehensive analysis has found widespread noncompliance.
CUNY's Queens College blames a pay delay this fall on glitches in the switch to a new payroll system. The campus isn't the first to struggle with adjunct payroll issues.
At Complete College America's annual meeting of member states, education policy makers heard about what's working for some states and students.