After a lab injury at Cornell University, administrators there are forced to defend their policies.
The story of a Wisconsin professor highlights the speed at which an academic’s words can spread across the Internet.
Recent controversies over faculty speech have led the storied institution’s leaders to make a formal change.
The program, approved on Thursday, allows students to fuse computer science and the humanities. The major will be offered starting this fall.
A slate led by two former presidents is seeking to oust the association's current leaders, whom the challengers accuse of neglecting the group's historic mission.
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Bills pending in the state legislature would combine the College of Charleston and the Medical University of South Carolina.
An exhibit recalls a nighttime blaze that destroyed Wellesley College’s mansard-roofed dormitory and classroom building.
With stagnant state appropriations, administrators have to find efficiencies somewhere in a campus’s buildings.
The president unveiled a "Fafsa Completion Initiative" on Friday as part of the administration’s drive to get more young people to go to college.
Some 130 people from 30 institutions lobbied members of Congress on "Hill Day." A big concern was how the gainful-employment rule would affect students and programs.
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In doing so, they’re treading on territory previously held by platform providers like Blackboard.
Three dozen academic libraries are teaming up with the Springer publishing company to pioneer a way to lend a fast-growing part of library holdings.
The social-networking service is offering researchers access to data that might otherwise be challenging to obtain.
Students who complete the programs find themselves swamped with job offers. Professors and colleges aren’t doing badly, either.
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