Chronicle of Higher Education
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When emails announcing a visit by the Project Veritas founder bombarded campus in-boxes, few had heard of the student group behind it all.
Testing companies get a lot of scrutiny â and scorn. But sometimes they do something thatâs bound to make people happy.
A conference committee, convened to reconcile differing House and Senate versions of tax legislation, was reported to have dropped the controversial proposal.
Californiaâs public-college systems need at least $47.2 billion to cover construction, renovation, and retrofitting over the next five years, a report says.
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In a session of the House education committee that seemed likely to stretch into Wednesday morning, members debated a plan that could mean sweeping change for academe.
When Karen Kelsky, an academic career adviser, created an online survey so scholars could describe their experiences with sexual misconduct, the responses poured in.
The advent of online learning has made it possible to track each studentâs path toward mastering course content. Hereâs how data can be tapped to improve teaching.
As anxiety and depression increase among students, colleges are struggling to respond. Hereâs what theyâre doing to cope with mental-health issues.
Increased outrage over the abusive conduct of Larry Nassar, a former university physician and USA Gymnastics team doctor, isnât the only reason Lou Anna Simon is taking heat.
The #MeToo movement has ignited a conversation about sexual harassment on campuses. The Chronicle looked beyond the recent wave of allegations, to trace the outcomes of 15 prior cases.
StudentsÂ share how they cope with it, and what their professors and peers need to know.
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Matt Manweller, a political scientist and a politician, has been under investigation for sexual harassment twice since he began teaching at the university, in 2003.
The speaker, Lucian Wintrich, had previously been charged on a count of âbreach of peace,â but that has since been dropped.
A new provision of the proposed reauthorization of the Higher Education Act appears to take aim at efforts, like Harvardâs, to rein in the campus organizations.
Verification, an overlooked part of the federal-aid process, isnât meant to hinder low-income students, but thatâs often what it does.
This overlooked part of the federal-aid process isnât meant to hinder low-income students, but thatâs often what it does.
And what is creativity? A neuroscientist and a composer explored that question together.
A dean who has worked on space experiments looks at what universities can learn from NASA about strategic planning.