University of Connecticut and Texas A&M University have ambitious plans for enrolling and graduating many more science and technology students, but are there enough talented high school graduates to fill the growing programs?
U. of Texas System merges two south Texas universities, hoping to leverage their combined pull to build a long-coveted medical school in the region.
Supporters of Texas' public research universities prepare to go another round with the governor, this time armed with data on student outcomes.
Western Governors U. pushes graduation even before students enroll by offering financial perks for associate degree holders and, at WGU Texas, through partnerships with community colleges.
UT-Austin president saw an outpouring of support after speculation that his governing board and state politicians wanted him gone.
An online collection of old tests walks a blurry line on copyright law and academic integrity. Some faculty members are concerned, while others say it can help students learn.
Texas community colleges to offer different types of developmental classes in hopes of moving more students toward graduation.
For two decades, Brownsville's community college and university shared almost everything. Now they're separating, posing challenges and opportunities for both sides.
U. of Texas at Austin student paper faces viral backlash over cartoon on Trayvon Martin.
Project links pregnancy planning with finishing degrees, and brings edgy course content to two-year college curriculums.
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