Short-form e-books can be a respectable way to deliver serious scholarship.
The decision, based on a key Supreme Court precedent, could trigger a renewed look at whether other states have integrated their public colleges.
Increasing reports of anti-Semitic words and deeds raise issues of academic freedom, and the groups disagree over when and how to complain.
Mr. Alda played a central role in creating a center at the State University of New York at Stony Brook that helps researchers explain their findings to a general audience.
Two researchers discuss their study of inequality in higher education, which involved the women on one freshman floor of a public-college flagship.
For Profit Education
McDonald’s does well by utilizing economies of scale and selling a small number of products in a standardized fashion. Why can’t universities do the same? asks Richard...
Amid higher education's rapid changes, the continuing value of the lengthy, complex accreditation process is raising skeptical questions.
As price-conscious students increasingly choose less-expensive colleges, discounting is losing its power to keep enrollments healthy, a survey suggests.
John S. Wilson Jr., who left a post in the White House, wants to give Morehouse College the great future he imagined it could have when he was a student there.
Edward L. Widmer has stepped down as director of a library at Brown University to advise both Brown's president and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Admissions & Student Aid
Officials at both public and private colleges are "very concerned" about enrolling enough students.
In return for budget increases, the state's public colleges would have to continue a tuition freeze and work to improve student outcomes.
Leadership & Governance
Carolyn Dever, a dean at Vanderbilt University, will become Dartmouth College's chief academic officer. Read about that and other job-related news.
Sickle-cell trait can cause students to die unexpectedly after intense exercise. But mandatory testing isn't a quick fix.
Student AffairsMore Student Affairs
The system should be delinked from federal student aid, says a new report from the American Enterprise Institute.
Labor & Work-Life Issues
As legislative sessions begin anew, flat budgets and institutional accountability will dominate the discussion.