Higher Education News
Baldwin Wallace Universityâs decision to expand its study-abroad offerings has led to some rare faculty-development opportunities, as professors develop close ties with counterparts in Zambia.
Professors essentially apply to join a study thatâs already in progress, avoiding the institutional-review-board process that is described as "onerous."
A campuswide program to encourage new forms of teaching is helping reshape the undergraduate experience.
Awards like badges can get instructors more interested in teaching workshops, some campuses have found. But they donât work everywhere.
When she was first asked to create an online curriculum, Dana Grossman Leeman said no way. Learning she could bring a personal touch to the virtual classroom made her a convert.
Institutions that use online survey data to group students into segments can personalize campus services and put themselves on stronger financial footing.
Whatâs needed to produce real change is intrinsic, rather than extrinsic, motivation.
If colleges want to make good on their promises to prepare students for the world beyond the classroom, they should use methods that teach digital skills safely and ethically.
An experimental course exposes first-generation students to the unwritten rules and unspoken expectations of an elite university.
If youâre planning a new building, consider design features that will help bring in income beyond the school year.
The finances, logistics, and diplomacy are daunting. But if leaders can swallow their pride and work toward compromise, consolidations sometimes make very good sense.
A 35-year-old report on the state of education reminds a professor of how much work remains to be done.
The battle to transform Southern higher education a half-century ago resonates today, says the author of a new book about the "Jim Crow campus."
The latest titles include examinations of student-conduct practices and of alternative teacher-education programs.
The statewide group rips birth-control funding, tolerance of transgender people, and support for Muslim groups in a combative document that one scholar says veers right of even many conservative students.
After the first week of a trial in which the universityâs use of race in admissions decisions has been under attack, the strategies of each side are starting to come into focus.
Warrants were issued for the arrest of the Georgia universityâs former chief legal counsel and a former executive assistant to the president.
On countless TV screens, Independence Community College stands for second chances. But to many people who live here, watching the show that made their town famous is like staring into a broken mirror.
Each patient who shares details of the harm she suffered could receive up to $250,000, the university said on Friday.
A trial over the race-conscious admissions policy of Harvard University could have lasting implications for selective colleges. Here is detailed background on the case and coverage of the trial as it unfolded, in a federal court in Boston.