The assessment survey used in U.S. News & World Report’s annual college rankings is subject to apathy and glaring disparities, an Inside Higher Ed review reveals.
Major research university presidents speak out on new and growing global health programs at first-ever meeting of a new consortium.
The hardest hit public universities have eliminated staff and contingent faculty slots, but still have "strategic" thinking to do about the long term, an association survey finds.
Are the protests in California the start of a new national movement for access and affordability?
Elite private colleges have seen slight increase in share of student body from low incomes, but their wealthiest students have seen notable gains as well.
Institute, whose report on equity for women was considered pathbreaking, examines gaps in rates at which minority and white professors are promoted -- and the ideal of meritocracy.
Survey of U. of California students shows emphasis on socializing, leisure that may change with recession.
Arizona State University has serious problems, and that’s just the way Michael Crow wants it.
"Oh be still my beating heart... I just fell in love again. Was that a shawl Eva was wearing, or a superwoman cape?"
Regents of Georgia university system individually asked 35 campus leaders how they planned to improve retention and graduation rates. The meetings were occasionally uncomfortable; the answers sometimes unsatisfactory.
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