West Virginia Wesleyan -- to distress of some professors -- deals with enrollment drops by cutting physics and math majors.
Tenured Northwestern professor enrages many by backing claims of Iran's president.
Some experts fear debate over emerging technology workforce in Asia is based on poor analysis -- and may discourage American students.
Harvard announces plan to create engineering school as Stanford and others join push toward interdisciplinary work.
Ohio U. inquiry finds "rampant" academic misconduct by graduate students -- and holds professors accountable.
NSF panel members are stunned to find impact of community colleges in producing math and science graduates.
Requiring graduate study in the field would round out students' education, a scholar argues. But would it turn many away?
Science and engineering students appreciate their degrees even decades later.
State officials hear about -- and encourage -- non-residency programs and efforts that combine faculties at two universities.
Auto company not only finances exceptionally lucrative endowed chairs at Clemson, but interviews all finalists.
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