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Public-college systems in Montana, Ohio, and Texas will work with the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning in the two-year effort.
Guam - Senator Brant McCreadie says his Resolution 234 supporting Guam's application for membership in the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education [WICHE] won support at a public hearing Monday evening. The Senator says that WICHE membership "will provide increased opportunities for our island students to pursue their higher education dreams" and his resolution "is the first step towards Guam gaining membership in WICHE."
Three former journalism deans say conducting research is key to advancing the profession and improving the schools' postion within their universities.
The results of a Chronicle survey conducted last month give a sense of the enrollment challenges colleges are facing.
A report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center traces the progress of high-school graduates in six categories.
Women of color in science say the insult to Danielle N. Lee highlights a daily battle against racism and sexism, and a lack of meaningful diversity in academe.
A report on global corruption in education largely overlooks Arab universities, but the problem is rampant, writes a scholar of comparative education.
Hundreds of scientists rely on logistics provided by the National Science Foundation and military transport to reach their outposts on the continent.
And a counselor at CUNY moves to Princeton. Read about that and other job-related news.
A behind-the-scenes look at the academics who wrote the latest U.N. report.
One chief information officer says he recently met a student with 18 wireless devices. How can campuses keep up?
Lawyers challenging Michigan's ballot measure argue it actually seeks to establish preferential treatments for white residents.
Graduate students urge changes in the comprehensive exams that make or break their degrees.
More admissions deans plan for a day when they must don blindfolds and admit a class without considering race.
J. Vernon Henderson says that moving from Brown University to London brings him closer to the research he is doing in sub-Saharan Africa.
James J. Koelbl was already busy as founding dean of dentistry at the University of New England. For a while, he'll do both jobs.
WICHE President David Longanecker kicked off the talk with a presentation, “The Case for Whopping Big Change,” in which he explained to policymakers that the demand for higher education currently exceeds the supply.