College administration

Duel on Governance at Hamilton

New center on freedom and capitalism halted. Founders blame politics. Others blame effort to segregate program from rest of college.

Divisive Semester at Florida

Deficits, departments in receivership and proposed cuts leave humanities professors seething.

Friction at RISD

Did a no confidence vote in the president of the Rhode Island School of Design succeed in jumpstarting the dialogue faculty members were seeking?

The Rich Get Richer -- Again

Endowments increased by 10.7 percent in fiscal 2006, with the wealthiest institutions enjoying the greatest returns.

Incident Catches Up With a President

Brother quits post as chief of St. Mary's in Minnesota after admitting sexual 'episode' with student while leading Saint Mary's in California.

Want a Job? Sorry, It's Too Risky

It’s no surprise that the University of California at Santa Cruz’s redwood-studded campus wouldn’t exactly be what you would call friendly territory for the military recruiters who annually march through its throngs of protestors to take their seats for otherwise innocuous job fairs.

The New Assessment Market

Blackboard's push brings one of higher ed's biggest companies into new field -- welcome news for some, worrisome for others.

War of Words Over Sports

In dueling op-eds, faculty leaders and president at Oregon debate role of athletics in university's perceived academic deterioration.

Princeton Freezes Tuition

University makes unusual move -- and couples it with large room and board hikes. What will impact be?

Higher Ed and the High Schools

College and state leaders gather to discuss better aligning K-12 and postsecondary ed, a problem some see as intractable.

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