NCAA Concussion Settlement
But critics say the tentative deal won't force the association to reduce the risk of head injury.
The amount, to be paid over 10 years, will be further diminished because any research in the field by the NCAA’s member colleges will count toward the total.
- What Does $75-Million Mean to the NCAA?
Comfy at Any Cost
In educating students, colleges today walk a fine line between empowerment and entitlement.
Even if the amenities cost many thousands of dollars per student, they represent a college cost that students and their parents have asked for.
- Interactive: How Student-Services Spending Has Changed Over the Past Decade
Vitae: Career News and Tools
Stigmas and assumptions can lead academic women of color with mental illnesses down unexpected paths. Here are three stories of struggle and success.
- 'Just One More Degree, I Swear!'
In the News
The bipartisan measure calls for expanded resources for victims, public disclosure of campus-climate surveys, and more coordination with law-enforcement agencies.
Sallie Mae's latest report draws on a survey whose respondents can be divided into four groups: Procrastinators, American Dreamers, Reluctant Borrowers, and Determineds.
- For-Profit Colleges Still Cash In on Post-9/11 GI Bill, Harkin Report Says
- Adjuncts Welcome Congress's New Interest in Their Working Conditions
- The Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Stress, and Sales?
- Social-Psychology Researchers Are Very Liberal. Is That a Problem?
- A Focus on Specific Dropouts Can Help Colleges Raise Completion Rates
- Few Hazing Victims See It That Way
- 3 Questions for College Counseling's Future