Chronicle of Higher Education
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The university has new revenue streams. Itâs in the process of restructuring its endowment management. And an American culture of greater skepticism about higher ed means colleges may bear the brunt of any downturn on many fronts.
After an unexpected boom in students, its entering class fell from 323 to 263, which meant a big decline in tuition revenue.
Gun violence could be the âelephant in the room,â the little-talked-about factor that deters international students from studying in the United States.
The agencyâs denial of recognition to a new nursing accreditor has left some higher-education experts confused and concerned about a possible new interpretation of existing regulations.
A paper drawing on survey responses from some 20,000 college graduates seeks to extend the discussion of college returns to include intellectual, civic, and psychological outcomes.
Among highly selective institutions, there are actually two separate groups, the elites and the super-elites, experts say.
Faculty members accuse the University of Tulsaâs top leaders of working to silence critics of a plan that will slash the liberal arts. Administrators say the restructuring move is about survival.
‘Brilliant’ Philosophers and ‘Funny’ Psychology Instructors: What a Data-Visualization Tool Tells Us About How Students See Their Professors.
Â A data-visualization tool created by a professor helps shed light on the gender- and discipline-specific ways in which students judge instructors. Â Â
Without Chinese co-authors, the number of scholarly articles published by American researchers in science and engineering would have declined, a new study finds. And other top news in global higher education.Â
Return on investment can vary widely, even among similar types of high-profile institutions. And the top performers are often highly specialized.
Jay Perman, president of the University of Maryland at Baltimore, will become chancellor of the Maryland system.
The Cleveland Clinic, Duke University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of Southern California have each received an equal share through a group of foundations set up by Tom Lord, a businessman who died in 1989.
They lag behind urban and suburban students in some aspects of college readiness, but the story isnât that simple. Nor are the solutions.
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons says American universities are part of an effort to upgrade the nuclear-weapons stockpile.
At oral arguments in a landmark case, the justices appear to be leaning toward letting the Dreamersâ protection expire.
A College Made Famous by the ‘Little House’ Books Will Be Sold for $1. Here’s What That Tells Us About Higher Education.
Three takeaways from the sale of the historic Iowa College for the Blind, expected this month.
After a Freshman’s Death, Cornell U. Fraternities Ban Some of Their Own Events. But Is the Move Merely Symbolic?
A string of Greek-related fatalities at campuses across the country spurs a range of responses from university administrators.
The talk about food computers â controlled environments that grow plants and collect data â does not meet TEDâs science standards, the organization says.Â
With a major tuition reset and a bold plan to visit every high school in the state, Central College believes itâs positioned well for predicted demographic challenges.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning historian digs into the racist past of his own university.