Girls of most racial groups are outpacing their brothers in attaining college degrees by almost 15 percent, a University of Michigan study shows.
Sacramento State professor told he must end unusual teaching technique. He wonders why university focused on quirky policy rather than deteriorating availability of courses.
Post-tenure, faculty members still need help to be strategic about their careers, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
At annual gathering of scholars of academe, researchers discuss a potpourri of topics, including the state of for-profit colleges and the impact of no-loan policies.
Just a few years after academics traded horror stories about the online encyclopedia, scholarly societies begin to embrace it.
Junior faculty in Britain see their senior colleagues offering little in the way of help, survey finds.
U. of Texas at Austin, target of criticism on how much its professors work, finds in its own study that they teach undergrads and bring in far more money than they cost.
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