Chronicle of Higher Education
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Guilford College helps newly arrived immigrants find places to live as they begin their assimilation into the American way of life.
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst said this month it would buy a campus that was shutting down, Mount Ida College. People at UMass-Boston werenât thrilled.
âThereâs this assumption that everyone here is wealthy,â says one of the online guide's creators, at Ann Arbor.
Julie Wollman, president of Widener University, and Jeffrey Rosen, president of the National Constitution Center, a nonprofit group, discuss how education can help people understand First Amendment rights in an age of incivility.
Students from rural areas have particular worries about going to college, says a new book: being unprepared, having their skills go unappreciated, and abandoning their communities.
Fill the pipeline and get talented prospects ready by adopting these strategies.
Longtime leaders offer some advice.
Zeynep Tufekci describes how she tries to fit teaching, tweeting, op-eds, and TED talks into a 24-hour day.
Among the latest topics are the broadened scope of the Title IX gender-equity law and how state universities teach writing.
An inward journey can help higher-education leaders withstand job pressures and support students, says a book that inspired a community-college dean.
The new video shows members pretending to sexually assault a disabled person. The university's chancellor, Kent Syverud, said the university would conduct a "top to bottom" review of its Greek system.
Meredith Woo, president of Sweet Briar College, talks about what it will take for the Virginia institution to survive and grow just a few years after it nearly shut down.
Wisconsin Won’t Remove Names of KKK Affiliates From Buildings. It Will Build a $1-Million Museum Instead.
The Madison campus must confront a history âin which exclusion and indignity were routine, sanctioned in the institutionâs daily life, and unchallenged by its leaders,â a new report concludes.
The former lieutenant governor of Colorado will be the next president of the Colorado Community College System; 115 of the new Guggenheim fellows work in higher education.
Randa Jarrarâs inflammatory tweets about Barbara Bush may be protected speech, but when she invoked her university and its president, some say she crossed a line.
A new data analysis finds that the ramifications of athletic scandals are typically wide-reaching, affecting both the quantity and quality of applications and enrollment. Â
Professors often lament that studentsâ concerns about grades can overshadow their capacity to learn from an exam. What if there was a better way?
Kent Syverud, the university's chancellor, called the video of students using racial and anti-Semitic slurs "extremely troubling and disturbing."Â
Some members of the Midwest Political Science Association say they are leaving the group over its handling of allegations against William G. Jacoby.
Facing a flood of complaints, Fresno Stateâs president offered condolences to the family of the former first lady and stressed that the faculty member represented herself, not the university.