Chronicle of Higher Education
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The program bills itself as a solution to the student-loan crisis, but experts fear itâs got the wrong answers.
The students, attending an orientation for new freshmen, were stopped after leaving a local IHOP and wrongly accused of not paying for their meals.
A College Administrator Told ‘The New York Times,’ Rap Is Not ‘Real Music.’ His President Called the Comment Disappointing.
"People in rural New York, we are not people who respond to this part of American culture,â the director of the Benjamin Center at SUNY at New Paltz told the newspaper. That prompted a quick reaction from his university.
Bruce Benson, an oil tycoon and prominent Republican, won over some of his campus critics by becoming a fiscally savvy advocate for the university.
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education on Tuesday issued guidelines to protect alumni-relations, communications, and fund-raising professionals from inappropriate behavior, including misconduct by donors.
An ambitious data project by the American Historical Association sheds light on where Ph.D. recipients end up â and on how little most graduate programs do to keep tabs on their alumni.
Theresa Lund, executive director of the universityâs Humanitarian Intitative, was taped arguing with a woman and asking her if she lived in the âaffordable apartments.â
You might not expect it, but young advisers connect well with parents, says Nicole Hurd, founder of the College Advising Corps. That can make a big difference when delicate financial matters come up.
St. Gregoryâs University, in Oklahoma, closed last year. But the equipment and furnishings that filled its campus remained until last week, when they were auctioned off to the highest bidder.
After months of turmoil, Randy Dunn, president of Southern Illinois University, will resign, according to a meeting notice from the Board of Trustees.
In our 10th annual survey, 84 colleges were recognized and 42 were named to the honor roll. Did yours make the list? Explore the results to find out, and read how the survey was conducted.
Job consultants, a misfire on gauging productivity, how to handle career milestones, and our Great Colleges to Work For report.Â
Wisconsinâs latest attempt to quantify faculty productivity leaves academics feeling more misunderstood than ever.
Faculty members at tiny institutions might appear to be lonely, but they collaborate across disciplines and geographic expanses to avoid being isolated.
Faced with a tight job market and growing demands on their time, more academics are turning to outsiders for career advice and support.
Colleges across the country are increasingly trying to help faculty and staff members understand their institutionâs business operations.
A research field station in remote northern Alaska codifies and enforces acceptable behavior.
Over three decades, John Hitt spurred enormous growth at the University of Central Florida. Was he a visionary or lucky?
An assistant professor who wrote his dissertation in geography in less than two years shares the secrets of producing a "minimum viable dissertation."