Spotlight on Fraternities
They were born in an era when college was the domain of well-off white men. Now pressure for reform may be greater than ever.
Pell Grants for Prisoners
The Obama administration gives programs that work with student inmates hope for growth — and solid funding.
A small number of prisoners will have access to the federal grants next year. Educators who already work with prisoners are bracing for a political fight.
- 3 Things to Know About Higher Education in Prisons
Crisis in Cincinnati
The crisis in Cincinnati highlights the tensions of being an ambitious institution in an economically depressed area.
- Pressure Builds on the University’s Twitter-Savvy Chief
In the News
Most directors used to come from the editorial ranks. No longer, as survive-and-thrive skills are ever more crucial.
Take a dizzying trip down the rabbit hole of higher-ed marketing.
- 4 Ways That Campus and Local Police Work Together (and Some Ways They Don’t)
- 3 Military Psychologists Accuse Torture Investigator of 'Bias' and 'Grandstanding'
- What Happened After One College Tried to Make Greek Life Go Coed
- In Sign of the Times for Teaching, More Colleges Set Up Video-Recording Studios
- Even Though Colleges Love to Hate Blackboard, It Might Sell for $3 Billion
- 3 Themes From a Senate Hearing on Campus Sexual Assault
- Librarians Leap to the Aid of Researchers Whose Funding Will Soon Depend on Open Access
- Why Cornell Tech Wants to Import Israeli-Style Entrepreneurship