Leadership & Governance January 23, 2017
During her tenure as president, the university’s challenges were a microcosm of those facing institutions nationwide: sexual assault, racial climate, and strained relationships between campus leaders and governing boards.
Leadership & Governance January 03, 2017
Andrew Ainslie, dean of the Simon Business School at the University of Rochester, analyzes which business-school strategies serve students well and which fall short.
Government December 07, 2016
Peter Navarro, an economist in UC-Irvine’s business school, has positions on trade that few in his field share. But the president-elect is listening.
Technology November 02, 2016
Don’t expect the residential experience to go away any time soon. But it might start to look pretty different, thanks in large part to the internet of things.
Technology October 05, 2016
MOOCs may have been overhyped, but their impact is far from over, says Simon Nelson, of the online-learning provider FutureLearn. And traditional colleges have a huge opportunity if they’re just willing to think a little differently.
People October 02, 2016
Judy K. Sakaki quickly assembled a "dream team" of seasoned administrators to be her interim cabinet at Sonoma State.
Global September 28, 2016
The new Platform for Education in Emergencies Response is meant to act as a global clearinghouse for educational opportunities for displaced people.
Technology September 20, 2016
More than a dozen institutions, including big names like Columbia and Michigan, will offer courses to students who haven’t gone through an admissions process.
Special Reports September 18, 2016
The philosophy aims to make physical spaces, products, and even learning itself accessible to all. What does that mean on campuses?
Technology September 07, 2016
A study of more than 900 colleges by Blackboard hints at the potential of harnessing data from learning-management systems as "a real-time indicator of student engagement."