Three court rulings in the last year have given students with disabilities victories -- and rejected the idea that being deaf or blind makes it impossible to pursue a career in health professions.
Iowa Supreme Court rules that chiropractic college cannot reject a student's request to meet requirements for analyzing X-rays through a reader.
Faculty at the University of Pennsylvania are pushing the college to to sell its tobacco stocks -- which some of its peers did two decades ago.
Medical faculty at U. Texas campus oppose uptick in presidential tenure renewal 'vetoes.'
Excelsior College, the world's largest distance educator of nurses, is sued by former students alleging the institution deceived them.
Federal judge orders Creighton medical school to provide specific accommodations -- different from those it offered -- to hearing impaired student.
Stanford University and the Khan Academy present a road map to change medical education -- and to bring students back to lecture halls.
After a summer's worth of experimentation, educators are ready to bring Google Glass into the classroom -- but medical professors have already beat them to the punch.
With retirements looming, vacancies unfilled and accreditors cracking down, many colleges search for strategies to hire professors in fast-growing field.
Federal agencies are investigating reports of illegal bias by medical and dental schools against applicants or students with Hepatitis B.