Wright State University’s enrollment is expected to hit its lowest point in more than a decade this coming academic year.
The legislation, which is expected to be signed by President Trump, is in line with Republicans' promises to pull back on federal involvement in higher education.
The number â for the 2014-15 academic year, the latest available â reflects a rise of 18 since the previous year.
Carlo Croce, who has received more than $80 million in grants as a principal investigator, has been accused of falsified data and plagiarism.
Kwabena Boahenâs work is playing a huge role in bringing neuromorphic computing toward reality. In doing so, colleagues say, heâs demonstrated the importance of welcoming researchers from abroad.
At least seven statesâ legislatures have taken up measures intended to force colleges to cooperate with immigration authorities. Critics say the bills tackle a nonexistent problem.
Anti-Semitic vandalism and white-nationalist propaganda are on the rise at colleges nationally, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
A spokeswoman refuted reports that John Silvanus Wilson Jr. had been removed from his position early, possibly because of his criticism of President Trump's order on HBCUs.
The university has yet to identify a suspect behind several rounds of racist propaganda.
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Middlebury College was careful to listen to students before hosting a controversial speaker, having meetings and soliciting input. But the event with Charles A. Murray still ended in an ugly fashion.
Students and scholars affected by the presidentâs new executive order say they feel as if they already face heightened screening in order to come to the United States. Hereâs why.
An Education Department official said that the action was being taken to allow the agency to âfurther reviewâ the regulation and how it was being carried out.
Colleges have seen more than 100 incidents of white-supremacist propaganda since September, says a report from the Anti-Defamation League.
An assistant professor of English used Twitter to collect the baldest examples of biz-world lingo in higher education. Here are some of the best.
The process has brought added tensions to the financially troubled, historically black university.