Columbia College Chicago lost 24 percent of its enrollment in the five years before Kwang-Wu Kim took over as president, in 2013.
Obama's Higher-Ed Agenda
The president emphasized both ideas in a State of the Union address that focused on jobs and the economy.
- Only Modest Progress on Obama’s College-Completion Goal
- What the President’s Tax Proposal Would Mean for Higher Education
The professoriate needs to refocus on students or face extinction.
Vitae: Career News and Tools
Some hortatory advice for writers.
- 'Dear Forums ...': My Adviser is MIA. Help!
In the News
President Obama’s proposal seems doomed in a Republican-led Congress. That hasn’t stopped advocates from pushing the idea in their own communities.
Going public can be both satisfying and a survival strategy at a time of never enough money, especially for the humanities.
- Tracking the Elusive Ph.D.
- In an Evolving Career Landscape, How Should Colleges Prepare Students?
- Berkeley Plans to Build a Global Campus, 10 Miles From Home
- Facebook Addiction and GPA
- College’s Adjuncts Split From State Union in Dispute Over Course Assignments
- NCAA Says It’s Investigating Academic Fraud at 20 Colleges
- A Creative Spirit Faces Judgment Day
- Even With Legal Marijuana, Researchers Can’t Score a Supply