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A report from the State Higher Education Executive Officers contains a glimmer of good news for public colleges, as well as a reminder of how much has changed since 2008.
Librarians want to make their content searchable, but they’re wary of commercial software that may skew the results.
Measures of accountability are taking other forms, while standardized tests are put to internal uses.
When the MSNBC talk-show host returns to Wake Forest University, she will bring along her center to study gender, race, and politics.
A professor took a scientific interest in teaching and, in his work with one student in particular, found humanity in the profession.
The University of Pennsylvania’s Board of Trustees will soon vote on an issue that several of its peers decided 20 years ago.
Academic researchers who have studied the federal government’s comparisons of medical facilities say the administration should be mindful of pitfalls.
It provides rare salary data on some positions, like research and lab assistants, that exist only on college campuses.
Conrado M. Gempesaw, Miami University’s provost, will lead St. John’s, in New York. Read about that and other job-related news,
The college's trustees said its $124-million endowment would be 99 percent free of fossil-fuel investments by the end of this year.
Alberto R. Gonzales, whose service in the Bush administration was dogged by controversy, will lead Belmont University’s College of Law.
Professors at Northwestern University are training students to build online identities that can advance their academic and professional careers.
Your students are already connoisseurs of digital image and sound. Why shouldn’t their scholarly work reflect that?
Some say scholarship online should count toward tenure. Others have had threats because of their posts.
Pretending that we don’t have enthusiasms and obsessions outside of our research areas is disingenuous at best.
A fellowship in integrative medicine helps build community among young physicians.
You don’t have to change everything to experiment with a new way of teaching.
Academics have some specific worries about what it means to put themselves "out there" on the Internet.
New tools can help disseminate work in art history, archaeology, and many other fields that have presented high hurdles for print publishing.
Three professors discuss how they use social media.