Colorado is one of the most educated states in the nation, ranking high in the percentage of adults who attended college and hold bachelor's degrees. But state funding for higher education isn't what it used to be -- according to the American Council on Education, state support shrank nearly 70 percent between 1980 and 2011. The same study says funding could dry up completely by 2019; so perhaps it's no coincidence that the revenue public colleges and universities here get from tuition has increased every year since 2007.
Those traveling overseas are being advised to return before the president-elect takes office. If they donât, they could be blocked from re-entering the United States.
The white supremacist Richard Spencer sees college campuses as an important recruiting ground and hopes to visit "all the major ones."
Flipping the classroom has gotten the most attention, but professors have a variety of approaches in their toolkits to improve the student experience.
The University of Minnesota at Morris selected Michelle Behr as its next chancellor; Saint Louis University appointed a new dean for its law school. Â
The U. of Georgia organizes faculty learning communities to help professors rethink the lecture.
The Chronicle's annual analysis of executive compensation at the institutions finds that the average pay of their presidents in 2014 was $489,927.
But what that means isn't quite clear. The captain says the punishment will not affect competition.
A detective with the Los Angeles police department said the assault on Friday was most likely the result of a personal dispute.
The North Carolina Republican, a former community-college president, will succeed Rep. John P. Kline Jr. in January, when the 115th Congress convenes.
George Buch said he was joking when he told a student in a Facebook conversation, "No safe spaces in my classes :)."
The new policy will be used to consider whether to change the name of the university's Calhoun College, which honors a champion of slavery.
After an international search, Duke has selected Vincent Price as its 10th president.
The flag had been removed by college officials after being lowered to half-staff and then set on fire, apparently by students or others seeking to make a statement about the presidential election.