Chronicle of Higher Education
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The plan, unveiled last week, would count tuition waivers as taxable income. That could push some students past their financial breaking points.
Such indefinite bans often follow campus tragedies or controversies that involve fraternities or sororities.
Tariq Ramadan, a professor of contemporary Islamic studies, is on leave âby mutual agreement,â the university said.
Jaren Stewart's impeachment had sparked charges of retaliation for his protest during the Pledge of Allegiance. But proponents of his removal said he had committed misconduct.
How one historian's seminar has grown into one of the most-ambitious investigations of an institution's racial history.Â
Top academic and student-affairs officials who have handled appearances by Milo Yiannopoulos and others shared lessons at a meeting held by the Council of Independent Colleges.
âThere will need to be a new normal for Greek life at the university,â said the president, John Thrasher.
âThis is not a home,â said the universityâs chief of staff in a meeting about a proposed ban on âhate symbols.â
How an effort to improve a classroom control panel helped one universityâs professors, administrators, and tech staff find common ground.
Infomation technology is pervasive in everything we do in so many ways, says Marty Ringle, chief information officer at Reed College and a founder and former chair of Educause.
Infomation technology is pervasive in everything we do in so many ways, says Marty Ringle, CIO at Reed College and one of the founders of Educause.
Professors in the journalism school told the universityâs president that the denial of visas to two colleagues represents âa significant threat.â
In an attempt to get more women into the technology industry, Duke University has launched a program that matches female undergraduates with internships.
Older generations arenât trying to gripe about todayâs college students, but to understand them, says the generational researcher Jean Twenge.
Hereâs a look at the different ways colleges are trying to increase the proportion of women and underrepresented minority groups working at technology companies.
Laura Monks is the new president of Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Shelbyville, and Harry Williams was named president and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
The companyâs proposed $5-billion project stands to have a transformative effect on one region and its higher-ed sector. But itâs unclear how much of a selling point that sector will be.
The conflict at Evergreen State College this past spring epitomized collegesâ struggles to make people of color feel safe. New documents and video clips reveal the tensions between two campus leaders over that goal.
Dartmouthâs Mark Bray has become the scholar who explains antifa to the world. Whatâs his place in academe?
Members of minority groups at Michigan and Wisconsin reported feeling discriminated against more often than white students did.