Data April 23, 2017
Columbia University ranked second-highest among four-year nonprofit institutions in the average amount borrowed by each undergraduate who took out federal student loans in 2014-15.
Gazette April 09, 2017
Juilliard School's campus in Tianjin, China, named its first president, and a veteran leader of journalism schools in the United States was appointed founding dean of the journalism school at O.P. Jindal Global University, in India.
Research March 21, 2017
A professor at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville has examined whether spoilers enhance or diminish readers’ or viewers’ enjoyment. Spoiler alert: The research is inconclusive.
Data March 19, 2017
Almost all of the four-year public and private nonprofit institutions that spent the most on instructional spending per full-time-equivalent student in 2014-15 are medical schools or include medical schools.
The Ticker March 16, 2017
A bill on the governor's desk would deem a swath of records kept by campus police departments at public colleges to be exempt from open-records requests.
Government March 08, 2017
The number — for the 2014-15 academic year, the latest available — reflects a rise of 18 since the previous year.
Government March 08, 2017
At least seven states’ legislatures have taken up measures intended to force colleges to cooperate with immigration authorities. Critics say the bills tackle a nonexistent problem.
Gazette February 26, 2017
Government officials moving into higher education include Janine Davidson, former under secretary of the U.S. Navy, who will lead Metropolitan State University of Denver, and John Kerry, the former U.S. secretary of state, who will join Yale.
Data February 26, 2017
Along with professorships and scholarships, recent gifts have been devoted to sports facilities, study of the environment, and other causes.
Gazette February 19, 2017
Marvin Krislov, president of Oberlin College, was hired to lead Pace University, and Joe Biden, the former vice president of the United States, will head new academic centers at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Delaware.
Article February 05, 2017
The former U.S. secretary of health and human services was appointed American University’s president, and the University of California has hired a systemwide Title IX coordinator.
The Ticker December 13, 2016
Swastikas and racist and anti-Semitic posters continue to appear on campuses across the country, and students and faculty members are facing backlashes over previous incidents.