U.Va. remains a battleground in the broader debate about what roles faculty and board members should play in governance, even as campus tensions linger.
Years of tension between state policy makers and administrators at the University of Texas at Austin could come to a head in a series of legislative battles this spring.
Emory president's controversial column, a surprise for a man many say has handled issues of race well in his 10-year tenure, is continuing to drive discussion of race and leadership on campus.
Outgoing chancellor of UNC-Chapel Hill will become provost at Washington University, an uncommon move that reinforces a trend of public university administrators finding a home in private higher ed.
Advocates for liberal arts education worry that White House’s new College Scorecard oversimplifies the college-selection process and places too much emphasis on financial aspects of the decision.
A lowered age of eligibility for Mormon missionaries is likely to ripple through higher education, pressuring the finances of LDS-heavy institutions and reshaping undergraduate culture for those of the faith.
Anonymous document-leak site at Gustavus Adolphus helps the faculty air grievances about the president and highlights how technology shifts debates between faculty members and administrators.
The University of California system is changing the way it funds its 10 campuses to equalize per-student appropriations.
North Carolina governor becomes the latest Republican to question the value of liberal arts, push more vocational training and target the state's flagship.
State appropriations for higher education increased in 31 states last year, according to new report, though the gains were small in most, reflecting broader economic shifts.
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