Alexander Enyedi, dean of arts and sciences, was told his five-year contract would not be renewed. And then the campus responded.
A report says that the Carnegie Unit, despite its flaws, plays an important role in organizing higher education.
William T. Harbaugh says he loves the University of Oregon. That’s why, online, he’s holding administrators’ feet to the fire.
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Buoyed by an improving economy, endowments’ returns on their investments rose to 15.5 percent in 2014, up from 11.7 percent the year before, an annual study finds.
The president’s swift reversal on a proposal to roll back tax breaks for college-savings accounts demonstrates the power of that income demographic.
A researcher studying the accuracy of net-price calculators discusses why the tools matter and how they could be improved.
Gov. Scott Walker again proposes giving campuses more freedom from state regulation. In return, they would give up $300-million in state appropriations over two years.
Educators worry that a proposed federal rule would discourage colleges from sending their graduates into high-need districts that serve minority students.
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- Botching Sexual-Assault Complaints Is Costly, Study Finds
- ‘Huge Explosion of Wealth’ Drives Record $37.5-Billion in Gifts to Colleges
- For Its Next President, a Liberal-Arts Standard-Bearer Looks to the World of Finance
- Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due Is Tougher Than It Seems
College hackathons are growing in number—and getting more organized—but they’re not quite what you think they are.
Colgate University finds that letting graduates participate online in classes that students are taking on the campus has benefits for both.
At Brigham Young University, an accounting professor became something of a rock star on camera. Then he retired.
Educational institutions and journalism outlets share a sense of urgency to innovate.
Few people who take free, online courses take the time to read the privacy policies, say MOOC experts.
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- U. of Phoenix and Thurgood Marshall Fund Announce Partnership
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