The subject will have to do with civic engagement and community organizing, his office said.
Thousands of scientists and their supporters from across the country will take part this weekend in the March for Science. Here are the stories of six of them.
Western Illinois University says a state budget impasse and enrollment woes forced it to cut back. Now, Holly A. Stovall and Sherry Lindquist are fighting for their jobs.
The decision to allow a scholar with views seen as aiding white supremacy to write a book review has sparked commentary about who in the academy gets called on to contribute.
The Internal Revenue Serviceâs data-retrieval tool is out of commission. That threatens to undermine important changes in financial aid, which took effect only months ago.
The state auditor also found that the system could not sufficiently explain why it needed all the new managers.
The university had canceled the event, citing safety concerns, but found a place on the campus for her to speak on May 2.
After the vote, the Rev. Joseph M. McShane sent a campuswide email saying that despite the result he still supported faculty members.
The group, known as By Any Means Necessary, has roots in battles over the use of race in college admissions. It has now embraced a new phase of its radical activism: "Defeat Trump by any means necessary."
A graduate student at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor cataloged every instance of students getting distracted in class, and then presented her findings to them.
Both Auburn and Texas A&M Universities got unwelcome visits from a prominent white supremacist as a result of policies that let outsiders stage events on campus.
In a provocative paper, researchers argue that the emphasis on money-management skills perpetuates false stereotypes that black people lack basic financial sense.
The student groups hosting the event say the university's action amounts to "unconstitutional prior restraint," and Ms. Coulter says she will be there regardless.
The union cited "a series of rash actions" by the president, Gregory G. Dell'Omo, who took office in 2015, among the reasons for the vote.
A veto of higher-education funding by the stateâs governor, Susana Martinez, is the latest concerning development for public colleges in the state.
As the campus leaderâs job has become more dynamic, the traditional career trajectory toward it has become more varied. The provostâs office is no longer a mandatory steppingstone.
Richard Spencer brought his defense of the alt-right movement to the Alabama institution on Tuesday, against the wishes of university leaders.
Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Work Week, describes the experiential approaches he uses to help people teach themselves.
Linda A. Livingstone is currently dean and professor of management at the George Washington University School of Business.
Faculty members at the Huntsman Cancer Institute were notified on Monday, with no explanation, that Mary Beckerle was leaving her posts as chief executive and director.