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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
A recent research brief repeats long-known findings. Systemic change, scholars say, is the only way to make progress.
The department on Monday issued a âstatement of interestâ in a free-speech lawsuit filed against the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor by a group called Speech First.
For many contingent faculty members, retirement is not an option.
A draft document found that theÂ Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools has failed to meet nearly 60 federal regulations. Agency officials, though, are downplaying the significance of those findings.
A new database of female historians joins a growing group of lists that aim to promote a more diverse group of experts.Â
The California system has shared operation of the Los Alamos laboratory for decades, but the partnership with Texas A&M â the alma mater of U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry â marks a shift.
Transitions: U. of Alaska at Anchorage Chooses New Chancellor, Smith College's First Female President Dies at 83
Cathy Sandeen, chancellor of the University of Wisconsin Colleges and the University of Wisconsin-Extension, will lead the Anchorage campus.
Two trustees might single-handedly put the Southern Illinois University system president on leave Friday. Their effort has left the board chair, among others, shocked.
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As the University of Virginia prepares to renovate its historic Alderman Library, some professors worry that a planned loss of shelving will harm their scholarship.
Asking students to work out a problem using nothing but what they already know can bring a host of benefits. Â
In the fall of 2010 The Chronicle published a series of articles on accountability and assessment in higher education, a theme that is as relevant and urgent today as it was then. Here are highlights.
Higher education has struggled for a decade to manage the economic and political instability following the Great Recession. Now researchers are trying to understand that struggle.
Enrollment officials reach different conclusions about the usefulness of the Common Appâs high-profile rival.
The Chief Illiniwek symbol has been retired for more than a decade, but a new billboard and a trip by trustees cast doubt on the universityâs ability to leave its mascot behind.
An agenda for a special meeting of the university systemâs trustees, to be held on Friday, says they will act on an âappointment of acting president.â The current chief, Randy Dunn, says he wasnât told of the meeting in advance.
An agenda for a special meeting of the university systemâs Board of Trustees, to be held on Friday, says it will act on an âappointment of acting president.â The current chief, Randy Dunn, says he wasnât told of the meeting in advance.
An agenda for a special meeting of the Board of Trustees to be held on Friday says it will act on an "appointment of acting president." Randy Dunn says he wasn't told about it.
At a time of heightened awareness about sexual harassment, senior men are shying away from mentoring young women. Thatâs a step in the wrong direction.