February 17, 2017
Volume 63, Issue 24
The Chronicle Review
Also In the Issue
The U.S. secretary of education under President Obama will lead the Education Trust, and a former University of Virginia dean will be the next president of Sweet Briar College.
The colleges that employed the largest percentages of nonresident aliens as instructional staff were scattered throughout the country.
A panel of appellate judges affirmed that states have legal standing to challenge the executive order, specifically because of its impact on students and researchers at their public universities.
Some experts wonder how much lawmakers will be able to get done on higher education, given their competing priorities and the bitterness over the new secretary’s selection.
The Obama administration’s influential "Dear Colleague" letter on sexual assault reflected a desire to make assault-prevention a national issue. Here’s how that document was born.