A new documentary about some of the most polarizing fights in academe seeks to spur discussion of the financial and political forces shaping higher education.
The University of Texas system is embracing methods that build on traditional investigative strategies with ones that establish more trust with victims.
The Federal Trade Commission, in its first such foray into scholarly publishing, has filed a civil complaint against one of the largest publishers of online science journals.
The board had placed the longtime president, Louis Agnese Jr., on medical leave earlier this month, citing concerns about "uncharacteristic behavior and comments."
The accused gunman was dismissed in 2009 for research misconduct at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, in New York.
While some applauded the clarity of a dean’s letter, others found it callous, out of touch, or simply misunderstood.
After his summer in Rio, Jared Ward is hitting the ground running for another semester of teaching and researching statistics at Brigham Young University.
The university’s new residential community was created in an attempt to put more African-American men on a path to graduation. But some critics have depicted the program as a step toward segregating black students.
The value of college is increasingly found in the connections it creates. We should embrace that role, aiming for deeper and more lasting ties to graduates.
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