Federal agencies are investigating reports of illegal bias by medical and dental schools against applicants or students with Hepatitis B.
Appeals court upholds U. of Louisville's dismissal of a nursing student for what she shared about a patient, and backs university view that this was an academic, not disciplinary, action.
The State University of New York changes its mind about closing one of its hospitals, but some unions fear the cutbacks could be equally painful.
Students and exchange scholars are being referred to secondary inspection under policies put in place after the Boston Marathon bombings. Reported delays range from 20 minutes to three hours.
At best practices conference, panelists discuss strategies to incorporate international experiences into highly regulated degree programs like air traffic management and nursing.
Mount Sinai will drop pre-med requirements and standardized testing for half of its entering students -- and will admit them while they are college sophomores.
Death of department chair at Texas A&M -- a prominent figure in rhetoric nationally -- leaves scholars with more questions than answers.
U. of Queensland graduates its first class from its clinical school in Louisiana as medical education in general grows more international.
State Supreme Court upholds right of University of Minnesota to punish mortuary science student for online posts, but ruling is narrow, easing concerns of civil liberties groups.
Some Emory students and faculty are concerned because their graduation speaker, a noted surgeon and humanitarian, is a creationist.