Chronicle of Higher Education
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Hate fliers have appeared on hundreds of campuses, largely due to the efforts of groups looking to make recruiting inroads. Hereâs what college administrators can do.
Colleges like the problem-solving skills it can teach. Hereâs how to offer more opportunities on a tight budget.
Awards and research presentations are key to getting faculty members and students involved.
How a faculty mentor helped a student foster her passion for anthropology.
Castleton University has appointed its next president; winners of the 2017 Nobel Prizes have been named.
Bushra Dabbagh hoped to escape Syria to study biotechnology and entrepreneurship at Northeastern University.Â But President Trumpâs travel ban may stop her from reaching her goal.
All along they wanted the same thing: to leave home, decorate a dorm-room wall, and shape a new life. Find out how two Texas students weathered an uncertain summer.
For many low-income students, college is a question mark. The guidance that they need is often in desperately short supply. Download this booklet to see their lives unfold, and youâll see a tangle of circumstances as complex as the students themselves.
Obama-era guidance led to more lawyers representing accused rapists on campus. Now that the guidance has been rescinded, even more lawyers may get involved.
Under the new rule, students who twice interfere with free speech on campus will be suspended for a minimum of one semester. And three times? They're out.
The Daily Briefing tells individual subscribers everything they need to know about higher ed. Hereâs a sample.
The ousted official, Rohit Varma, was accused of harassing a young woman he supervised. He later succeeded Carmen Puliafito, described by the Los Angeles Times as a drug-fueled partyer.
Student protesters stopped the head of the American Civil Liberties Unionâs Virginia office from speaking. She called their actions a âclassic example of a hecklerâs veto.â
Students on the Ann Arbor campus want the perpetrators caught, and administrators more vehement in their condemnation.
The university said it had found evidence that the Beta Lambda chapter of Kappa Alpha paddled new members and forced them to wear clothing that was covered in vomit.
How do you combat stereotypes of your field?Â
A recent move by a school at George Washington University raises the question of how to best encourage gender diversity at the events, whether on campuses or at academic conferences.
The department maintains that records requested under the Freedom of Information Act are exempt from disclosure.
The effort to cancel the appearance of the presidentâs son failed, even though students, faculty members, and alumni also voiced opposition.