Chronicle of Higher Education
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The Faculty Council said the acquisition of the shuttered Mount Ida College unfairly favored the flagship campus, in Amherst, over Boston.
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Colleges are hiring police officers at a faster rate than nearly any other campus jobs â at a time of heightened concern about how they operate.
Three scholars speak about how sexual harassment and assault have distorted their lives in the academy.
A statement acknowledges the applicantsâ âanguish and hardshipâ and pledges to make sure âthis situation never occurs again.â But most of the help for the students is coming from college advisers and admissions officials elsewhere.
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A White Student Called the Police on a Black Student Who Was Napping. Yale Says It’s ‘Deeply Troubled.’
The black student said she had nodded off while writing a paper in the common area of their dorm. Videos of what happened went viral.
Vincent E. Price said the employees, who were dismissed after the vice president for student affairs complained about a rap song they were playing, had faced âunfair treatment.â
John Englerâs blundering three months in office have inexplicably positioned the former governor as an adversary of the women who survived Larry Nassarâs sexual abuse.
To foster faculty-student interactions, some campuses are designing better spaces for them to meet.
Courtney Lawton had been removed from the classroom because of political pressure, the association found. Recordings seem to support that conclusion.
The social-media giant recently announced restrictions on who can mine information it collects for research. Some academics say thatâs a problem.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday said it would fold its student-loan-investigation arm into a part of the federal agency that focuses on consumer information, according to an internal memo obtained by several news organizations.
A major new report encourages colleges to integrate STEM with the arts and humanities to improve student outcomes. Here are some things they may want to keep in mind.
The stark job-market downturn since the 2008 recession has fueled long-simmering tensions.
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The vice president for student affairs heard some explicit rap lyrics at a coffee shop and went to the director of dining services with his objection.
The university prospered under Lou Anna K. Simonâs leadership. But for many who witnessed that growth, the Nassar scandal demands hard questions about the consequences of that ambition.
The unnamed commencement marshal was sharply criticized for manhandling students at the ceremony. The president has apologized.
Seeking to Lay Off Tenured Professors, Catholic U. Provost Blasts Critics for ‘Spreading Half-Truths and Fear’
In the administrationâs most forceful counterargument to date, the provost says the faculty aims to "mutilate" and "neuter" a controversial cost-cutting proposal.