Higher Education News
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.
After a decades-long court battle, Mississippiâs black universities won a $500-million settlement. But it takes more than money to reckon with the history of segregation in higher education.
The social-media researcher danah boyd says the forces that espouse racial extremism and anti-democratic messages are adept at exploiting the internet, while educators and journalists still struggle to puncture their propaganda.
James L. Gallogly will succeed David L. Boren, who has been the universityâs president since 1994.