Faculty April 18, 2017
When Washington State closed its theater and dance department, in 2011, the displaced professors were forced down circuitous career paths. But the closure presented opportunities for some.
Research April 13, 2017
More universities may need to think about protecting their rural facilities, as wildfires spread and become more frequent.
Government March 08, 2017
The number — for the 2014-15 academic year, the latest available — reflects a rise of 18 since the previous year.
Data March 05, 2017
Although minority students are underrepresented at liberal-arts colleges over all, some individual colleges serve a substantial share of students from a particular racial or ethnic group.
Letters February 27, 2017
If elections are decided in the primaries, then the most extreme and uncompromising candidates will go on to win the general election.
Data February 05, 2017
In all three sectors, business and health professions were among the most popular majors for distance-education students.
The Ticker January 16, 2017
An employee who worked for the university's Museum of Natural History said she'd been assaulted by her boss and then punished by the institution after she complained.
Leadership & Governance December 04, 2016
The Chronicle's annual analysis of executive compensation at the institutions finds that the average pay of their presidents in 2014 was $489,927.
Faculty November 23, 2016
Many scholars aren’t sure whether to criticize the list or crack jokes about it. But some professors on the list say their work cuts to the essence of what it means to be an American.
The Ticker October 27, 2016
The university's hiring process is being called into question for the second time this year. Another administrator was fired in June for being "deceptive" in his job application.
The Ticker October 25, 2016
A former vice president will receive $650,000 after claiming that she had been discriminated against because of her gender and status as an immigrant.
Athletics October 09, 2016
Declines in tuition revenue and cutbacks in state budgets have led more colleges to question the sustainability of athletics spending. But will anyone really pull back?
Technology September 29, 2016
Gordon Jones, who moved to Idaho after experience at Harvard and in business, explains how to avoid the "immunological rejection response" to change and why to take more responsibility for what happens to graduates.
Administration September 18, 2016
The University of Texas chancellor wants players and coaches to stand up straight and face the flag during the national anthem. The NCAA and Atlantic Coast Conference say they will move championships out of North Carolina to protest the "bathroom bill." And a North Carolina student goes public with a rape accusation against a football player.