Texas community colleges create stackable credentials for jobs in booming oil and gas industry, so students can leave when hired and return later.
In report to faculty and students, UT president outlines principles for online education and asks for greater input from professors.
Years of tension between state policy makers and administrators at the University of Texas at Austin could come to a head in a series of legislative battles this spring.
Community college enrollments in Texas level off, and newly required meningitis vaccinations (and associated fees and hassles) might be part of the cause.
Overlap in agendas for governors of Wisconsin, Florida, and Texas hints at a new Republican approach to higher education.
Several prominent universities, driven by revenue and prestige concerns, are building or merging with medical schools at a furious pace.
Divergent views by consultants and faculty members on where to take the U. of North Texas at Dallas, a high-profile experiment in rethinking higher education, present a challenge for administrators.
U. of Texas System adopts a performance pay system for presidents and other administrators, a move that could signal a new strategy in executive compensation -- and, critics fear, skew priorities.
The Gates Foundation gives Texas community colleges the boot in Completion by Design project. State officials are surprised and disappointed by the decision, but vow to continue work.
U.Va. controversy and other leadership disputes show that, in particular instances, organized, tenured professors can still wield significant influence in direction of institutions.
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