November 18, 2016
Volume 63, Issue 13
The Chronicle Review
Also In the Issue
American colleges enroll more foreign students than ever before, says the latest Open Doors report. But the plunge in Iranian students after 1979 offers a lesson on the need for geographic diversity.
A University of California professor who just wrote a book about public higher education in shambles talks about restoring support, kludging administrators, and California noir.
Macomb County voted for Barack Obama in 2008. Despite the local community college’s model work-force-training programs, many residents feel the economy has passed them by. In 2016 the county went for Donald Trump — helping tip the election in his favor.
Conservative politicians have had the agency in their cross hairs since the day it was founded, and for now, at least, Donald Trump is carrying the torch. Here are a few scenarios to contemplate.
Six athletes who were physically ranked by their male peers chose not to remain anonymous. Instead, they have positioned themselves as activists, pressing for broader change.
While a researcher’s productivity generally declines with age — possibly because of the distraction of administrative duties — creativity and impact do not, a new study has found.
The Education Department penalized the university $2.4 million after an investigation sparked by the Sandusky scandal. Its findings in the case could hold lessons for other colleges.
Let’s not spend the next four years whining. Let’s raise our voices for justice, equity, and the liberation of the American psyche from the demons that haunted us in this election.