President Shirley Ann Jackson -- a national leader on science -- angers professors and students and barely wins no confidence vote.
Did the university U. of Michigan dial the wrong number when it prematurely announced anti-fraud hotline?
Session on state of the humanities emphasizes solutions and humor over hand wringing.
Reviews by AAUP question treatment of professors at Greenville College and New Mexico Highlands University.
Harvard announces plan to create engineering school as Stanford and others join push toward interdisciplinary work.
Study documents the increasing difficulty of transferring to elite private institutions from community colleges.
Denice Denton -- a leader among women in science, under fire as head of Santa Cruz -- killed after jump from high-rise building.
Like research universities all over the country, Tufts University asks applicants to submit their high school grades, various test scores, letters of recommendation, as well as the predictable essays about significant life experiences and so forth.
Faculty panel unveils plan that would change how professors are hired -- and how both undergrads and graduate students are taught.
With expanded federal funding for embryonic stem cell research off the table, institutions are finding their own way.
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