Chronicle of Higher Education
Updated: 9 min 55 sec ago
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.
The incident followed the death of a freshman at another fraternityâs initiation event in February.
The education secretaryâs aversion to national media, and her communication style, have created a knowledge gap for college leaders seeking to understand her philosophy on higher ed.
Clara Turnage, now a reporter for The Natchez Democrat, in Mississippi, was honored for articles she wrote during her Chronicle internship this past summer.
Some companies and education groups think so. A spate of attempts to assess job readiness offers a new challenge to the value of higher education.
Thereâs a good chance that, as professors, youâre now in a position to make or enforce rules about plagiarism and other forms of cheating. Has your past experience informed your teaching strategy?