Chronicle of Higher Education
Virginia Yans, of Rutgers University, talks about her enjoyment in working with candidates from a range of backgrounds.
The bank-based lending system is being phased out, but millions of students have seen their default problems exacerbated by steep collection costs.
The University of Georgia and others are making experiential learning central to their curricula.
A board member who serves at both a small college and a large university system says their gap in size isn't as important as you might think.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which has been monitoring the companies since last March, will seek more information on how they are serving borrowers.
In Texas, Huston-Tillotson University and its peers look to protect their identities while courting a booming Latino population.
Delaware State University has expanded beyond its traditional African-American student population by attracting more students from China and around the world.
Two recent studies of the controversial oil-recovery technique drew funding from sources with a clear interest in the results. Experts say that demonstrates difficulties.
The professors’ association says both the public university and the Roman Catholic college trampled faculty rights in making unnecessary job cuts.
F. King Alexander is gaining a reputation as an outspoken advocate of higher education — even when that means facing off with conservative politicians.
Between 2013-14, the number of students from India studying in the U.S. and other Western countries grew by over 10 percent compared to 8 percent for China.
North Carolina State University weighs reallocating money from the NCAA’s Student Assistance Fund to stay competitive in recruiting.
The director of Yeshiva College’s writing program refused to preside over cutbacks in full-time teaching positions.
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James E.K. Hildreth is returning to Meharry Medical College, a historically black institution, after serving as a dean in California.
Financial support for doctoral students often divides them into haves and have-nots.
Paul J. LeBlanc, president of Southern New Hampshire University, says the book makes him think about how higher education either contributes to or works against racism.
It didn't take long for the New England Patriots' surreal scandal to end up in a course catalog. But a professor and a dean say their class is much more than a simple gimmick.
The Peabody Institute, known for educating classical-music stars like André Watts, is re-examining how to prepare its students for a rapidly changing industry.