Chronicle of Higher Education
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Entrepreneurship centers are often expected to seed a crop of new student businesses. But their real value, two researchers suggest, may lie elsewhere.
Reports of forcible sex offenses more than tripled from 2001 to 2015, an annual study finds.
Colleges need to respond to the challenges around them, says Michael J. Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College, which has set its sights on ending poverty. âWhen you know where your students are coming from,â he says, âit affects you.â
The universityâs new president will invest more than $100 million in the hires. But the actual number of new positions is closer to 100.
A professor explains why itâs hard to teach when he has fewer than seven students. Â Â
For the first time in 30 years, tuition dollars, not support from state or local governments, are the primary revenue source for more than half of Americaâs state higher-education systems.
Two scholars accuse the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor of punishing them for criticizing the administration. The case highlights tensions that can arise when professors butt heads with their bosses.
The president of Edinboro U., who appeared on the verge of being fired for intemperate public remarks, chose instead to resign. Had he dug in and forced the issue, the Pennsylvania system would most likely have paid out his contract.
Recent cuts at Eastern Michigan University have only added to the woes for tennis and wrestling. But a Chronicle analysis of Education Department data shows that some other sports are in the ascent.
Their salaries rose 2.5 percent over the past two years, while faculty pay overall increased 1.7 percent.
The Chronicle obtained a partial copy of Vincentâs dissertation and found one instance of apparent plagiarism.
Edinboro Universityâs leader resigned on Tuesday after his remarks published in an interview last week inflamed the campus.
The arrest of Larry Nassarâs supervisor suggests a culture of misconduct may run deeper at the university and more officials may face charges.
University of Texas officials created a database to give students more information about what they might earn, and owe, years after graduation
H. Fred Walker, who recently told The Chronicle of his strategy to compel professors to accept his plans to cut programs, will resign on Friday.
The California Supreme Court ruled last week that a woman who was stabbed by a classmate at UCLA could sue the university for negligence. Benjamin Zipursky, a law professor who has followed the case, says the decision could be a "landmark."
Manoush Zomorodi and JP Connolly discuss how digital devices can distract students and affect their mental and physical health â and what we can do about it.
Hereâs a look at new strategies for preparing students for college-level coursework, a response to concerns about whether remedial courses are working.
William Strampel, the former dean of Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine, is facing four criminal charges.
William Strampel, who once led Michigan State Universityâs College of Osteopathic Medicine and was Larry Nassarâs former boss there, was being held in jail Monday pending a Tuesday arraignment, the county sheriff told the Associated Press.