Steps colleges are taking include offering additional counseling, providing legal-aid services, and creating spaces where students can share their frustrations and fears, or simply vent.
When, if ever, is it OK for an alma mater to speak out against one of its graduates?
Moon Duchin has helped create a program to train mathematicians to be expert witnesses in court cases over redrawn electoral districts. She explains why it’s "the right moment" to pursue this new approach.
Taking an interest in shyness helped assuage the self-preoccupation that comes with it.
The broader economy explains the exploitation in the humanities.
Many college leaders are more than willing to see the Liberty University president champion deregulation. But fewer are eager to be associated with his political views.
The Chronicle's revamped Title IX tracker features several enhancements. Search by college, keyword, state, or resolution type, read case documents, and sign up for alerts to stay informed.
Browse the data by state, sector, and Carnegie classification and break out salaries by institution, rank, and gender.
Business is booming right under colleges’ noses. It’s not just papers and assignments anymore. Now it’s the whole course.