Crisis in Cincinnati
The crisis in Cincinnati highlights the tensions of being an ambitious institution in an economically depressed area.
Few college leaders are as active on social media as Santa Ono, who has stepped carefully online since a campus police officer killed an unarmed man.
For years, the university filled its seats by drawing more and more applicants. But with yield rates plummeting, it abandoned the model as unsustainable.
Race on Campus
Making a viral video about race at the University of California at Los Angeles helped one student find a voice.
Vitae: Career News and Tools
It was time to let go of my scholarly manuscript, and the last link to academe that it represented.
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In the News
There’s still much to learn, both about how widespread access to education is and about how effective it is in preventing recidivism.
Three years ago, Connecticut’s Trinity College told its fraternities and sororities to phase out gender exclusivity by 2016. So far, little has changed.
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- 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
- Fears of Commitment Dash Boston’s Dream of a Campus-Based Olympics
- Remedial Educators Warn of Misconceptions Fueling a Reform Movement
- Video: How One President Manages Change and Gets People on Board