Chronicle of Higher Education
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Brian Mosallam and Dianne Byrum have called for the universityâs interim president, John Engler, to step down.
Brian Mosallam on Friday became the first trustee to call for the universityâs interim president, John Engler, to step down.
By going test-optional, the University of Chicago just caused a disturbance in The Force.Â
The women said they had been victimized by athletes who were initially suspended but later allowed to rejoin their teams. Their posts on Twitter and Facebook quickly went viral.
Nancy J. Cable, president of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, will become chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
A dean recommended that the psychology professor have his tenure revoked and be fired. He will instead retire, effective immediately.
A draft statement of apology from John M. Engler, the university's interim president, said the university was "deeply sorry" for the abuse of a former professor. That line was cut, along with other telling edits.
An ambitious effort at the U. of Michigan to encourage experimentation in teaching has had a positive impact â and run into familiar challenges.
The change makes Chicago the most selective university yet to stop requiring domestic applicants to submit standardized test scores.
A state-by-state analysis by the Education Trust finds not a lot to brag about in how black and Latino adults have fared in comparison to their white peers.
The lecturer, at the University of California at San Diego, also revealed the studentâs academic standing in an online forum that was visible to everyone in her course.
After a woman tweeted a screen shot of the studentâs digital overture, other women said theyâd received similar messages. The University of Iowa says it âtakes these allegations seriously and is working to learn more.â
In private, John Engler seethed that he thought victims of sexual abuse were being manipulated by trial lawyers.
For one thing, theyâd like to be able to take classes via their phones.
The institutions catapult students up the economic ladder better than do their predominantly white peers, according to a new study by the American Council on Education.
The company announced on Tuesday that it would elevate certain statistics about four-year colleges in its search results. âThis is Google being Google,â one expert said.
A Major Scientific Society Says Harassment Derails Women's Careers. Critics Say the Group Hasn't Done Enough.
A new report from the National Academy of Sciences comes as the organization debates whether to expel members who commit sexual misconduct.
Scholars heard the NYU professor was under a Title IX investigation. They threw support behind her, but then their appeal was made public.
The company has been pitching itself to colleges as a recruiting tool, but it says this effort is separate from that. Here are the details, from our revamped Re:Learning newsletter.
In Messy Aftermath of Offensive Videos, Free-Speech Group Decries Syracuse’s ‘Kitchen Sink’ Discipline
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education says the videos were satirical and were âintended to be seen and heard only by people in the fraternity.â