MOOCs and Consequences
If MOOCs have the power to dismantle departments, say several professors say who teach the courses, the fault lies with reckless administrators.
Wanted: Assistant Professors
The Chronicle looks at the applications submitted for two positions in the humanities, where the competition is stiff and candidates are often in the dark.
Learn who got the jobs, who were the finalists, and who else was in the pool.
- Play the Role of the Search Committee
In the News
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved extending federal student loans, work-study funds, and other support to students who are in the United States illegally.
At a hearing, students' and veterans' groups argued for shoring up the rule. For-profit colleges argued for dropping it, or waiting for Congress to act.
- MOOC Provider edX More Than Doubles Its University Partners
- U.S. Appeals Court Allows Sex-Bias Case Against LSU to Proceed
- A Vice President's Rebranding Effort Propels a University Into the Big Leagues
- Harvard U. Receives $125-Million Gift for Biotech Research
- China Bans 7 Topics in University Classrooms
- Relief and Confusion Mingle as State-Authorization Rules Are Delayed