May 26, 2019
Private Colleges Set New Record on Tuition Discounts – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Private colleges are offering students discounts on tuition and fees at record-high rates, according to the annual Tuition Discounting Study, released on Thursday by the National […]
May 26, 2019
The disadvantages and dangers of making cuts to the liberal arts (opinion)
How much do we value the liberal arts? Recent decisions in higher education continue to send mixed signals. In a positive development, the University of Wisconsin […]
May 26, 2019
NACUBO report shows tuition-discounting trend continuing unabated
A national study of college tuition discount rates has found that private colleges and universities offered incoming freshmen discounts higher than 50 percent during the last academic […]
May 26, 2019
Harvard Bans Former Scholar, Citing ‘Unwelcome Sexual Conduct’ Over Decades – The Chronicle of Higher Education
After a yearlong investigation, Harvard University has found a prominent former vice provost and professor of government, Jorge I. Domínguez, responsible for sexual misconduct, and banned […]
May 26, 2019
The benefits for universities of intensifying and broadening their involvement in Africa (opinion)
American universities are largely unprepared for a key global phenomenon: Africa’s growing importance. The continent’s prominent demographic, economic and political trends are impossible to overlook, and […]
May 26, 2019
Former dean says he was made to be scapegoat in rankings scandal at Temple
One of the messiest scandals involving college rankings in recent years is now messier. The ousted dean of Temple University‘s business school on Thursday filed a […]
May 26, 2019
It’s Time Colleges Stopped Feeling Shame About Mergers – The Chronicle of Higher Education
I’m Goldie Blumenstyk, a senior writer at The Chronicle of Higher Education covering innovation in and around academe. Subscribe here. Here’s what I’m thinking about this […]
April 26, 2019
F.B.I. Bars Some China Scholars From Visiting U.S. Over Spying Fears – The New York Times
BEIJING — Just as he had on previous trips, Zhu Feng bolted down his lunch at a Los Angeles airport before sprinting to catch his Air […]
April 26, 2019
National American University is latest for-profit chain to face financial turmoil
As Democratic lawmakers raked many for-profit colleges over the coals during the past decade, National American University, a chain based in South Dakota, managed to keep […]
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