Photo: Oxford University Press The original, Post-World War II GI Bill has been both idealized as evidence of America as land of opportunity, and criticized for primarily benefiting white men while perpetuating racial and gender discrimination. So write Glenn C.
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The Humane Society University will begin offering undergraduate degrees and graduate certificates this fall.
June 18, 2009
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June 17, 2009
As Hitler rose to power, colleges in the U.S. responded with a mixture of indifference, complicity and collaboration, a new book argues.
June 10, 2009
When it comes to international students, the still-controversial practice of paying commissions to recruiters gains greater acceptance, and visibility.
June 8, 2009
At La Roche, an idealistic program to reach students from countries in conflict was too ambitious to sustain, and yet it transformed the institution.
June 5, 2009
Colleges continue to step up their efforts to recruit and better support veterans, in anticipation of the new GI Bill.
June 1, 2009
Research explores impact of short-term study abroad, and factors that put foreign students at risk of cultural adjustment problems.
May 29, 2009
At international educators' conference, panelists discuss the impact of the financial crisis on student mobility.
May 28, 2009
About three-fourths of colleges are meeting their reporting deadlines under a national pledge to reduce carbon emissions.