Filter & Sort
Filter
SORT BY DATE
Order

Building a Diverse Class Without Affirmative Action | Wednesday, March 22 at 2 PM ET

The likely decision by the Supreme Court to end the use of affirmative action and race-conscious admissions will be a...

Cardona vs. ‘U.S. News’

At Harvard-Yale conference on law school rankings, the education secretary joins the call for all colleges to stop participating.

Judge Orders North Idaho to Reinstate President

A judge on Friday ordered North Idaho College to reinstate its president, Nick Swayne, who was placed on administrative leave...

Spider Goats

Goats and spiders can help make things lighter. In today’s Academic Minute, part of SUNY Distinguished Professor Week, Lisa Jean...

Monthlong Temple Strike Enters Possibly Pressing Week

This week looms large, with a possible no-confidence vote for university administrators and public dissent within the graduate student workers’ union.

Why Aren’t More Institutions Following Colorado College and RISD?

Two prominent undergraduate colleges announced that they were leaving the U.S. News rankings. Will more colleges follow them?
Opinion

Building Up Books

New guidelines aim to make peer review more inclusive while also acknowledging the stresses on the peer-review process, Andrew Berzanskis, Jane Bunker and Rebecca Colesworthy write.

Spreading Hope While Promoting Belonging

Belmont University has hired a vice president of hope, unity and belonging to help the institution promote and practice its values of inclusiveness.