Chronicle of Higher Education
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To find out, a program at Tufts monitors studentsâ voting rates.
David Felsenthal says predictive analytics reveal where to spend time and money to graduate as many students as possible.
Voter drives, community organizing, service learning, and new course offerings connect them with the world beyond the campus gates.
Pitzer College aims to broaden the worldview of students from the Claremont Colleges consortium as well as their prisoner classmates.
Merodie A. Hancock will become president of Thomas Edison State University, and Daniel Alfonso was named vice president for facilities management at Nova Southeastern University.
Many major gifts to colleges come from older alumni, but the Rochester Institute of Technology recently received a $50-million gift from a 2009 graduate.
A Native American instructor at San Diego State University harassed and discriminated against a white student, in part by accusing her of trying to be a "white savior," a deputy attorney general concluded.
The stateâs two-year budget impasse continues to reverberate, even at its top-level campuses.
The stateâs two-year budget impasse continues to reverberate, even at its top-level universities.
A Ph.D. candidate at UCLA spoke out on behalf of Keith Fink, a conservative professor whose case drew national attention last year.
When Hurricane Maria plunged the University of Puerto Rico into gloom, professors and students had no choice but to bring back the light.
"We can't just rely on championing free speech as if its a free market," says Michael Roth, the president of Wesleyan College, who is himself an intellectual historian.
The college, which is owned by a for-profit company, wants to change its status after being rebuffed once by its accreditor in 2016.Â
Bandy X. Lee says that America is in "a very poor state of public health" but that there are opportunities to "turn this around."
The case of Gopal Balakrishnan, who is accused of serial harassment, has divided faculty at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Where is the line between aggressive action and vigilante justice?
A vast âbomb cycloneâ smacked the East Coast during several large academic conferences, disrupting travel plans and prompting calls for refunds.
Itâs forbidden to underage students, but alcohol is a pervasive part of campus life. Hereâs why the problem of student drinking is so difficult to resolve.
Professors are trying new strategies to liven up their classrooms and help students master the material. Here are some of their innovative teaching ideas.
Who clicked on all those phony news articles during the 2016 presidential election, and what does it means for the future of politics? Researchers begin to rummage through the ruins of a dumpster fire.
Learning is often thought to be dry and bloodless. What if professors tried to engage studentsâ feelings?