A researcher who shadowed maintenance workers in the dormitories of a large public university found that they often provide mentorship and crisis intervention. He suggests training them to do so better.
With a social-media strategy that's heavy on anti-Hillary memes and photos of bikini-clad Trump supporters, two Campbell University students have pushed the candidate's message to thousands of college students.
The leader of the Turing School of Software & Design says its mission is to promote social justice and help diversify computing fields.
The approach, in use in a variety of subjects, is said to engage students in new ways and allow them to demonstrate their understanding of the material.
The Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success is rolling out a new college-application platform that it says will help a diversity of students make their way through the college-admission process. Here's a look at how and why this controversial new approach was devised.
Peter Salovey says the university might yet strip the name of a defender of slavery from a residential college.
Rohini Sethi, the Student Government Associationâs vice president, wrote "Forget #BlackLivesMatter; more like #AllLivesMatter" after a shooting in Dallas killed five police officers.
Evan S. Dobelle, who left multiple presidencies under clouds of controversy, is a senior vice president for the app Countable.
The university says it has added narrower questions to its part of the application that ask applicants if they have been convicted of or disciplined for violent offenses.
The potential changes described in a new study stem from imminent policies that will allow students to submit the financial-aid form earlier and use tax data from two years prior.
The communication strategies for those institutions take on added urgency now that "campus carry" is law and students will start coming back for the new academic year.
Nearly two years ago, a group of highly selective colleges riled critics when they announced plans for a shared application platform. Love it or hate it, itâs finally here.
In the Obama administrationâs waning months, hundreds of colleges remain under investigation. Legal challenges may change the landscape, but the governmentâs action has already left its mark.
Tim Chartier, a professor at Davidson College, uses mime to teach math at college and on the performance circuit.
A president finds a world filled with possibilities in Ruth Ozekiâs novel about an adolescent girl in Japan.
Her college-affordability plan was a favorite topic as Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton, while Donald Trump said his own plan for colleges was on the way. Plus: What if craft beers were your research topic?
The latest topics include barriers to STEM degrees and evidence-based models for teaching.
The well-known literary theorist tested his contrarian reputation to see what he could do as a dean at a regional public university.
Compiled by Anais Strickland