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British scholars, like some of their American counterparts, want oversight that is distinct from that used for biomedical research.
British business schools want famous guest lecturers -- and some of them go off-script.
British universities prepare for an increase in tuition rates.
Non-American universities consider different options for entering the MOOC market, which to date has been dominated by elite U.S. institutions.
University in Scotland uses reality television to admit and provide a scholarship to a student from Ghana.
Academic luminaries take a stand against idea that all research should have a direct economic payoff.
Report worries about narrowness of expertise of doctoral students.
U. of Cambridge turns to bonds, an unusual approach in Britain, but some fear risks associated with the strategy.
British academics -- senior and junior alike -- are the least satisfied in Europe. Swiss are the most content senior scholars, while Croatians are the most content junior professors, survey finds.
Institutions urged to invest more in development and to create strategies to get more alumni to donate.
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