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A digital researcher pushes the field to ensure that gender, race, ethnicity, and economic status aren't left out.
Glimpses of life in academe from around the world.
Admissions officers at the annual meeting of NAGAP, the Association for Graduate Enrollment Management, discuss the pros and cons of massive open online courses.
And nearly 20 percent of the private colleges audited broke rules for nonprofit groups in determining the compensation of their chief executive.
The accounting lecturer expressed regret and said it was a joke, but the campus police are investigating.
Stephen A. Schwarzman plans to raise at least $300-million in total to support scholarships for the new program at Tsinghua University.
Stephen A. Schwarzman plans to raise at least $300-million in total to support scholarships for the new program at Tsinghua U.
The hiring over the next five to seven years will attempt to restore the size of the university's faculty to its level in 2007, before the recession hit.
In a lawsuit involving a former medical professor in Texas, each side is arguing that the position espoused by the other threatens academic freedom.
Charles Darwin and Joseph Dalton Hooker exchanged some 1,200 letters over the course of 40 years. Now the correspondence is available online.
Graduates with technical degrees and certificates often earned significantly more than did those with other academic credentials.
The top members of the U.S. House of Representatives' education committee are seeking feedback.
In a close election, tenured and tenure-track faculty members decertified their bargaining unit. Separate units for adjuncts and graduate students remain intact.
All classes in the arts and sciences have been canceled for Wednesday after a backlash against student protesters that included violent threats.
But there was little consensus on specific steps to be taken during a morning-long discussion of the American Bar Association's legal-education task force.
Thomas Herndon is the talk of economics after demonstrating flaws in a hugely influential 2010 journal article.
Proposed guidance for employers under the new health law takes note of special concerns for adjuncts. Their advocates spoke up at a hearing.
The death of a Chinese graduate student in the Boston bombings focuses new attention on what has become a mounting concern.
Also found in Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's room at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth: a hat and a jacket like those seen in photographs of the bomb scene.
Several sessions at the annual conference were devoted to how colleges are working to raise the proportion of black men who earn postsecondary credentials.