After a controversy last year, Wellesley College took a harder look at its global agreements. A pair of scholars want more colleges to do the same.
Marketing: Promise and Perils
Done wrong, marketing is sloganeering that dilutes a college’s credibility. Done right, it is clear-eyed self-assessment that shores up the bottom line.
- How One University Became Exhibit A of Marketing Success
- A Small College Sells Marketing to Its Cautious Faculty
Defining Sexual Consent
Under the new law, students must have "affirmative consent" from partners for the duration of sexual activity.
- What the New Law Means for California's Colleges
- How 'Yes Means Yes' Already Works on One Campus
The Dangers of Academese
Vitae: Career News and Tools
The second in a series of interviews with faculty members on what they learned in their first year on the job.
- The Weekly Read: Worker Burnout, Gender Imbalance, and a Postcard From Nowheretown
In the News
The university for the deaf and hard of hearing has been praised by the Department of Justice for its work in educating staff members and students on sexual-misconduct...
In the latest Campus Computing Survey, fewer than one in five respondents believe that massive open online courses can generate new revenue for colleges.
- Meet the First Winners of the Education Dept.’s ‘First in the World’ Grants
- What You Need to Know About Companies That Run Online Programs for Colleges
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- Video: Genius or Madman? An HBCU Chief Pursues Unconventional Ways to Save a College
- For Bill on Disabled Access to Online Teaching Materials, the Devil's in the Details
- Trustee Group Responds Tepidly to Presidential-Hiring ‘Tool Kit’
- Academic Experts Lend Credibility to Bogus Claims of Ebola Cure
- ‘Excellent Sheep’ Author Returns to Yale to Tend His Flock