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Chronicle of Higher Education: How to Identify and Invest in High-Achieving, Low-Income Students

“There is an abundance of talent in every community in every ZIP code in this country,” says Daniel Porterfield, president of Franklin & Marshall College.

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Chronicle of Higher Education: The Evolution of a Faculty-Focused Approach

At the University of Denver, faculty members overcame anger and distrust to hammer out a novel set of post-tenure policies.

Chronicle of Higher Education: Peer-to-Peer Guidance

At key junctions in their careers, professors at the University of Denver are urged to seek advice from more-experienced colleagues.

Chronicle of Higher Education: Appointments, Resignations, Deaths (2/16/2018)

Miles K. Davis, Shenandoah University’s business dean, will lead Linfield College, and Karen L. Abrams will be dean of Duke Law School.

Chronicle of Higher Education: Harvard Picks Former Tufts President as Its New Leader

Lawrence S. Bacow, a former president of Tufts University, will succeed Drew Gilpin Faust in July, the university announced on Sunday.

Chronicle of Higher Education: Degrees and Certificates Rise in U.S., but Not Fast Enough

The pace of the increase, according to new data from the Lumina Foundation, is not fast enough to meet the goal of having 60 percent of adults with a degree or credential of value by 2025.

Chronicle of Higher Education: For Scholars of Women’s Studies, It’s Been a Dangerous Year

They’ve experienced vandalism, online trolling, and death threats at levels they haven’t seen before.

Scandinavia's biggest inquiry into internationalisation

University World News Global Edition - Sat, 02/10/2018 - 03:25
The internationalisation inquiry overhauling the Swedish higher education and research system has called for a series of measures to improve opportunities for Swedish students to study abroad and ...

International UG applications break 100,000 barrier

University World News Global Edition - Fri, 02/09/2018 - 21:33
Universities in the United Kingdom have seen a jump in undergraduate applications from European Union countries and a sharper spike in non-EU applications for places in 2018, bringing applications ...

Overhauling strategies for HE internationalisation

University World News Global Edition - Fri, 02/09/2018 - 21:27
When the special investigator for increased internationalisation at Swedish higher education institutions, Dr Agneta Bladh, delivered the first part of her ...

Lawsuit battle over campus free speech security costs

University World News Global Edition - Fri, 02/09/2018 - 21:23
The University of Washington's College Republicans sued the university last Tuesday over its decision to charge the group US$17,000 in security fees for a planned rally at the weekend featuring a ...

Chronicle of Higher Education: Journalism Professor at Northwestern, Accused of Harassment, Takes Leave of Absence

Alec Klein, who directs the acclaimed Medill Justice Project, was the subject of a letter of complaint from 10 former students and employees of the university.

Chronicle of Higher Education: The Sex Study That Could Alter Our Understanding of Campus Assault

Can the college experience be re-engineered to reduce sexual violence? Researchers at Columbia University are observing undergraduates’ social lives to find out.

Chronicle of Higher Education: The Sex Study That Could Alter Our Understanding of Campus Assault

Can the college experience be re-engineered to reduce sexual violence? Researchers at Columbia University are observing undergraduates’ social lives to find out.

Chronicle of Higher Education: Southern New Hampshire U. Apologizes for Professor Who Said Australia Is ‘Not a Country’

The university acknowledged that an online student had failed an assignment because her instructor insisted Australia was only a continent.

Southern New Hampshire U. Apologizes for Professor Who Said Australia Is ‘Not a Country’

The university acknowledged that an online student had failed an assignment because her instructor insisted Australia was only a continent.

Chronicle of Higher Education: Michigan State Moves to Fire Medical Dean in Wake of Nassar Scandal

“I sincerely hope the courageous survivors of Larry Nassar will see this as an unmistakable indication that things are changing quickly at Michigan State,” its interim leader said.

Chronicle of Higher Education: As U. of Washington Braces for Right-Wing Rally, Judge Bars It From Charging Security Fee

A federal court ruled in favor of the College Republicans’ effort to keep administrators from billing them $17,000.

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