Higher Education News
The $20-billion controversy surrounding the influenza vaccine illustrates the problem of relying too heavily on published articles as a measure of scientific reliability.
As prospective students become increasingly digital natives, so too should higher-education leaders. Thatâs one of the ways black college leaders are expanding their flocks.
Academic jobs may be drying up, but the need for scholarly thinkers is greater than ever. Hereâs how graduate programs can ready Ph.D.s for alternative careers in the professional workplace.
Fraternity deaths drew intense media coverage in 2017. But will that prompt real change?
Strategic recruitment plays a big role in the resurgence.
Their enrollment in U.S. colleges is levelling off â and not just because of Trump.
Find out how innovative college leaders are responding to 10 key shifts in higher education. Â
Our 2018 Trends Report outlines 10 key shifts in higher education, and offers case studies, analysis, and ideas to help college leaders stay informed.
If a student were repeatedly to make racist, sexist, or offensive public statements, the student would be punished, say faculty members at Lehigh University.
A newly completed federal investigation of the University of California at Berkeley suggests that institutions should speed up the faculty disciplinary process â but thatâs easier said than done.
A shooting shut down the campus on Friday and set off a manhunt that ended on Saturday, when police said they arrested a student suspected of shooting his parents.
Police said on Friday morning that two people had been fatally shot in a Central Michigan University residence hall, and that the suspect had not been immediately apprehended.
Police said on Friday morning that two people had been shot in a Central Michigan University residence hall, and that the suspect had not been immediately apprehended.
The chairman of the Federal Reserve told senators on Thursday that Americaâs student-loan burden could affect economic growth. When it comes to homeownership or small-business creation, he might be right.
Daniel Handler, the author of the Series of Unfortunate Events books, stepped aside as graduation speaker at Wesleyan University, in Connecticut.
At a recent conference, George Kuh, an expert on the student experience, argued for a broader definition of student success.
At a recent conference, George Kuh, an expert on the student experience, argued for a broader definition of student success. Â
A new proposal, like one that was scuttled in 2015, is perceived by faculty on the Knoxville campus as signaling "the end of tenure."
The group, claiming to represent senior faculty members, vowed to take down the Confederate monument on its own. Then it eased off the threat.