In Chicago, Roosevelt U. will help prepare faculty for community colleges, which will in turn provide students for the university.
For first time in saga over controversial professor, administration seeks his ouster.
AFT vows to return collective bargaining for professors at Quinnipiac -- despite legal edge university has as private institution.
Fredonia professor charges he was offered full professorship if he subjected his views to review; university says he distorts sequence of events.
Appeals court ruling revives debate over unions at private colleges -- and sets off new debate over whom the decision favored.
Data show long-term growth of part-time faculty slots, administrative jobs outpacing instructor posts, and boom in for-profit sector.
U. of Colorado board receives long-awaited report and 40 proposals, with most dramatic changes slated for post-tenure review.
A University of Tennessee social club for employees and alumni will close after another money-losing year.
New research examines women in the professoriate and the impact of athletics on academic performance.
Under new Ohio law, some public universities require new professors to sign statement about possible links to terrorist groups.
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