Teaching students to separate fact from fiction has become a priority after an election in which false "news" played a large role.
Gary Lavergne used qualitative and quantitative evidence to demonstrate the benefits of racial diversity.
Colleges with programs that go beyond just teaching code may do more for the country than help students find jobs.
Scholarly societies and academic departments are becoming more vigilant about monitoring and preventing sexual harassment in their profession.
Not everyone in academe is oblivious about whatâs happening in middle America.
Some professors see the election as a sign that they should reach out to people who hold different views. Others are doubling down.
Recent actions by departments and scholarly groups show a new focus on what happens at social events.
In what many see as a much-needed shift, colleges are paying more attention to the rights of the accused in sexual-assault cases.
A professor of library science at Purdue University talks about efforts there to bring information literacy into the classroom.
A first-generation student from a small, conservative town explains how faculty members hold the key to reaching students like him.
A homeless student wondered why her college cafeteria didnât take food stamps. Now sheâs part of a nationwide effort to make that happen on more campuses.
Members of the menâs basketball team went into the stands and invited people of different races onto the court for the national anthem.
Hereâs whatâs at stake in several of the legal cases pursued by students who say they were falsely accused of sexual misconduct.
American colleges are in a unique position, both practically and morally, to do justice to their own history of slavery.
The scholar, Henry Rousso, was about to be deported before university officials won his release.
The balloting results, announced on Thursday, were attained with a strategy that could make such collective bargaining easier at universities where campuswide support does not exist.
Steps colleges are taking include offering additional counseling, providing legal-aid services, and creating spaces where students can share their frustrations and fears, or simply vent.
The author of a new book on for-profit higher education says the industry takes advantage of the slack in the labor market.
When, if ever, is it OK for an alma mater to speak out against one of its graduates?
The new education secretary called on college students to join the fight against the "education establishment."