The university has given Eric F. Spina, the new president, 10 months to learn from his predecessor, Daniel J. Curran, before taking over. In a recent conversation, the two leaders talked about the methodical changing of the guard.
Hearing American officials say the United States should emulate a near-universal college-attendance rate, some higher-ed experts in the East Asian nation scratch their heads.
The Education Writers Association recognizes "a fresh lens" on a "hard to crack" beat and an ambitious data collaboration that showed how more than 200 college sports programs were supported on the backs of students.
Ann Rondeau, a consultant with the IBM Watson Group and a former president of the National Defense University, will take office at the troubled Illinois college in July.
The symbolic vote is the latest volley in a long-running dispute over the state of tenure and shared governance in the system.
Ambassador Martin Dahinden explains why two-thirds of his nation’s high-school graduates serve as apprentices and describes how America could import elements of the Swiss plan.
Michael H. Schill, president of the University of Oregon, also talks about his plans to focus marketing efforts more on academics and less on athletics.
The decision to retain the name of Calhoun College has touched off a passionate reaction at a university that has faced months of racial unrest.
In keeping John C. Calhoun’s name on a college, Yale University says it welcomes the chance to teach American history. Here’s how that has worked out on three other campuses.
Despite her mounting controversies, many faculty members say Linda P.B. Katehi should stay on as the campus leader, while others are using the opportunity to voice different concerns.
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