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Advocates of improved working conditions for non-tenure-track faculty members, who account for 70 percent of instructors, get long-sought attention for the cause.
A recent FDA case against the makers of Pom Wonderful brings attention to the university’s complex relationship with the wealthy couple.
Hoping to help doctors and patients, three graduate students have founded the first stool repository.
There is more to access than admission. The culture at the first lady’s alma mater is still very much one of privilege.
Michael T. Roberts worked as a lawyer for Roll Global, the company owned by the program's founding donors.
Students who complete the programs find themselves swamped with job offers. Professors and colleges aren’t doing badly, either.
A worldwide accreditation process would be hard to carry out, and university rankings may already be fulfilling that role, said experts at a conference.
The president has authorized a sweeping review of existing programs and is poised to announce money for new ones that help the long-term unemployed.
One college president says fair pay is a matter of bringing budgetary decisions in line with institutional values.
Humanities majors learn problem-solving skills that employers need, says the head of an association of college art professionals.
The system does not single out a specific sector, but for-profit colleges enroll a disproportionate share of veterans and military-service members.
At the Council for Higher Education Accreditation’s annual meeting, speakers noted some of the system’s problems and suggested solutions.
The Northwestern University athletes are petitioning to be recognized as employees, citing “unjust NCAA rules” that affect them physically and financially.
The funds enjoyed average investment returns of 11.7 percent, a year after those returns were minus 0.3 percent, according to a new survey.
More than a dozen states are collaborating in the new inquiries. But federal scrutiny and drops in enrollment may pose greater challenges for the sector.
The sector’s flexibility lets working students earn more while in college. But 10 years down the road, a study finds, the earnings advantage is reversed.
The Chronicle talked with two oral-history experts about lessons to be learned from a Boston College project that went awry. View a video of the conversation here.