August 4, 2018
China may overtake U.S. in research impact of scholars, analysis finds
China could overtake the United States on a key measure of research quality by the mid-2020s, with potentially major implications for worldwide academic collaboration, a new […]
August 4, 2018
Moody’s: Private-College Closures at 11 Per Year
Private college closures have risen to a rate of about 11 per year, and the rate at which campuses are shut down is expected to increase […]
August 4, 2018
Peril for Private Colleges: A Survey of Business Officers
Private four-year colleges may be getting real about their institutions’ financial future, to judge by the views of the men and women closest to their balance […]
August 4, 2018
Value matters in choosing a college. But not just the price kind. – The Washington Post
For many incoming high school seniors and their families, this summer starts the whirlwind process of choosing a college. I was in that same boat just […]
August 4, 2018
As a University Is Sold in Pieces, Its Alumni Wonder What Remains – The Chronicle of Higher Education
St. Gregory’s University sits at the end of a long, tree-lined lane in Shawnee, Okla., next to the abbey whose monks have kept watch over it […]
August 4, 2018
Executive Director of Global Recruitment | ChronicleVitae
Date Posted July 17, 2018 Type Administrative Salary Not specified Employment Type Full-time The University of Dayton (UD) invites inquiries, nominations, and applications for the position […]
August 4, 2018
Proposed Fee Increases for International Students
The fees paid by international students — and the colleges that host them — to the U.S. government may increase soon. The U.S. Department of Homeland […]
August 4, 2018
How Travel Makes Us Smarter
We’re heading into the summer discovery season. One rarely hears this word associated with travel anymore. The great geographical, geological, scientific discoveries have all been made, […]
August 4, 2018
For Survivors of a 9-Hour Chinese Exam, a Door Opens to America – The New York Times
HONG KONG — Every June, millions of high school seniors in China sit down for a grueling university entrance exam, knowing they may not get into […]
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