Senate leaders attempt to fast track measure to support undocumented students, as new research is released about state policies on in-state tuition eligibility.
Anthropologists vote to restore strict anti-secrecy rule -- which would severely limit work for the U.S. military and private corporations.
Federal program to draw students into "high need" teaching fields troubles college leaders because grants will turn to loans if students get off track.
Former U. of North Carolina president has also held major positions in Arizona and California university systems.
Texas-Brownsville refuses to let federal government prepare to build a fence that would separate parts of its campus.
Movie lobby blames human error for statistics that were used to call for more regulation of campus networks.
New federal rule relaxes 2006 restrictions on student welfare recipients -- including stipulation on supervised homework -- but experts say barriers to access remain.
In an address to fellow presidents about the future of higher education, MIT's leader says "our story isn’t well understood by Congress or the public."
U.S. House members seek ideas on how to better help foreign students and scholars get into the U.S.
While senators weigh bill to hugely boost GI Bill, the Pentagon, concerned that better benefits could hurt reenlistment, backs Bush plan for another kind of enhancement.
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