Higher Education News
Campus programs designed to help black male students succeed are spreading. And many of them appear to be working.
Black males aren't failing our schools. Our schools are failing them.
For young African-American men, attending college is as much about a search for identity as it is about obtaining good grades.
Faculty members at St. John’s University hope that their new chief, Conrado M. Gempesaw, will reveal details of an independent investigation into past leaders.
John D. Simon, a chemist who has been the University of Virginia’s chief academic officer since 2011, will assume his new post next July.
Plenty of research quantifies the scarcity of black men earning STEM degrees. But the reasons, and the remedies, go beyond numbers.
"When I was a black woman, I was hated. Now, as a black man, I’m feared."
Four black men who have earned STEM Ph.D.’s describe their different journeys.
A new report reveals broad involvement by a variety of actors.
Resolutions on the issue often focus on symbolism more than specifics, as a recent flap over the American Studies Association's boycott demonstrates.
A dozen university groups will now be asked to develop and test strategies for improving the diversity of the nation’s medical work force.
One revelation in Wednesday's report is that far more people were involved in the fraud than was previously known. Here's a breakdown.
The Education Department has issued a final rule that will make it easier for borrowers with past credit problems to qualify for the loans.
National and regional groups of universities that promote community engagement have been increasing around the world.
When its quarterback was accused of sexual assault, the University of Florida erred on the side of disclosure. Colleges typically do the opposite.
Prominent researchers have raised ethical concerns about university scientists' work for the companies. But some of those scientists reject the criticism as too broad.
The Completion Arch aims to track students from enrollment in college to entering the work force.
Nearly one-quarter of respondents to a survey of NCAA colleges said their institutions did not properly teach players about the risk of head injuries.