Chronicle of Higher Education
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The shadowy conservative group has a playbook that reveals the breadth and depth of its efforts. "Iâve never seen anything like this," says one expert on student government.
A scene from the show American Chopper has taken the internet by storm, and academics are using it as a staging ground for fundamental debates.
Lawmakers received documents from the university, reviewed its answers to their questions, and met with victims to compile the report on the abuse by the convicted physician.â
Lawmakers received documents from the university, reviewed the university's answers to their questions, and met with some of the victims to compile the report on the abuse by the convicted gymnastics physician.Â
Hear what a panel of experts had to say about a hiring assessment for faculty, a financial-planning app for students, and a communication tool for scholarship recipients.
Richard A. Morrisett, a pharmacy professor at the Austin campus, was found dead on Thursday. The revelation that he pleaded guilty to assaulting his girlfriend in 2016 prompted the university to announce policy changes on Thursday.
For almost three years, the Blush School of Makeup waged a David-vs.-Goliath legal battle against the government to gain access to federal student-aid funds. Whatâs the governmentâs responsibility to rein in colleges at the margins of the for-profit sector?
Understanding how the brain behaves in an assault is crucial, psychologists say. But critics see the trend as more evidence that the system is stacked against the accused.
Theyâre somewhat common, they often have transparency issues, and their quasi-public status means that courts and legislatures must wrestle with the regulations and protections covering officers.
At Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a new âdata dexterityâ requirement will help students apply numerical analysis to the real world.
T. Florian Jaeger was largely exonerated of violating sexual-misconduct policy, in a case that deeply divided the campus.
Blackface Polaroids, magazine ads with Sambo figures, and other "racist garbage" reside in a university libraryâs museum not as a shrine but as a document of the countryâs tragic past â and present.
Californiaâs vision became a model for the nation. Six decades on, much of its promise has been hollowed out.
The faculty has expressed no confidence in Wayne A.I. Frederick before, but the trustees continue to back him.
The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, which oversees primarily for-profit colleges, had its federal recognition revoked in 2016. The department will now reconsider its earlier decision.
History faculty express concern over the campus spokesmanâs aggressive public response to criticism of the university.
Red, Yellow, or Green? A University System Color-Codes Its Presidents’ Political Speech to Try to Regulate It
The policy has gotten a mixed reception. Some professors said the policy has prompted good conversations between university trustees and faculty groups. Others worry that it threatens their right to speak freely.
The budget, approved Monday night, would reduce state appropriations and allow universities to fire tenured professors whose programs were cut.
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As a student protest enters its fifth day, organizers are urging students at other historically black colleges to take action too.