Orange Coast College, a two-year institution in California, took action because the student did not ask the faculty member for permission to videotape in class.
Scholars of the genre say hosting The Apprentice taught President Trump about the power of spectacle and self-promotion.
A public-records request submitted by the general counsel at the University of Oregon is raising concerns about privacy and academic freedom.
The immigrant, Daniel Ramirez Medina, was brought the United States illegally by his parents. He says the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals should protect him.
The president, Ricardo Romo, had previously announced he would resign. University officials said he was being placed on leave "pending a review of allegations related to his conduct."
The university's senior associate vice provost said that the lawyer, hired to help students who were making sexual-assault complaints, was let go "because of her fatalistic attitude that she could not get good results for her clients in the process."
A new essay argues that tenured and tenure-track professors in the humanities are complicit in the exploitation of instructors further down the food chain. We want to know what you think.
Institutions like Temple University have found success in producing branded content on the website best known for its viral "listicles."
In its search for a chancellor, the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities passed on all three finalists for the job. Starting over offers challenges, but also a chance to get it right.
A court filing states that Kathie Klages, coach of the women's team, told an alleged victim that reporting the team's doctor could result in "serious consequences."
The group of prominent universities cited the ban's negative effects on their academic operations in registering their support for the civil case.
Science supporters are marching not just to demand funding and evidence-based research in policies, but also to promote awareness about what scientists do.
HBCU leaders say the attention is welcome, but they are moving cautiously to ensure the focus is on helping students, not scoring political points.
Academics are among those who say the move reduces public accountability and unfairly suggests that researchers have something to hide.
Serving on faculty panels is often seen as a thankless task, but colleges can make it more rewarding by agreeing on goals and spreading the work fairly.
When the 130-year-old Virginia Intermont College had to shut its doors, an executive business consultant stepped in to settle its affairs.
When the 130-year-old Virginia Intermont College closed, a business consultant stepped in to settle its affairs.
The academic-advice columnist has often cast her skeptical eye on the academic committee; here are some of her pointed observations.
Fretting about faculty service has a long history, yet change is slow in coming, says a veteran English-department chair.
A higher-education researcher explains what some colleges are doing to remedy inequities in faculty service.