California's governor lays out deep "trigger cuts" to higher education if a tax hike fails in November. But business leaders and one faculty union appear unlikely to back the tax plan.
House-passed bill, driven by concerns about “meritless” research, would bar National Science Foundation from spending funds on political science research.
Commercialization offices are fighting a Kauffman proposal that would let researchers take potential commercial ideas to any technology transfer partner, not just their home institution.
Several colleges have seen heightened tensions in recent months over how much church teachings should dictate college policies.
The American Association of University Professors’ newly elected slate of officers promises to make collective bargaining a priority. Where does that leave the other roles of the AAUP?
The Bidens' tax return had non-tenure track instructors wondering how one of their own could be earning $82,000 a year, but it turns out Jill Biden has become an associate professor.
Five years after the tragic killings at Virginia Tech, counseling centers report that they are much more likely than in the past to hear from professors who are worried about a student.
Argosy University cuts pay rate for online adjuncts, giving a rarely seen glimpse at adjunct pay and raising questions about how for-profits stack up on salaries.
Conference considers the question of whether institutions focused on a broad definition of learning can also embrace the idea of training students for the job market.
An American Association of University Professors investigation faults two Louisiana universities for using the discontinuance of programs to arbitrarily lay off tenured professors.
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