With a 20-year ban on federal funds for studies of firearm violence, researchers at more than 80 public-health institutions plan to make progress locally.
The department said that an agreement under which more than 1,300 colleges had already been approved to offer online courses across state lines would satisfy the new regulation.
Faculty and administrators at the University of California at Riverside are wrestling with how to heal a rift caused in part by fallout from an ambitious expansion plan.
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Studies organized by Brian Nosek’s Center for Open Science have once again sounded an alarm about whether research can be replicated. But the authors of those studies take issue with the approach.
The system alleges that officials on the Oshkosh campus engaged in illegal financial dealings related to development projects.
The revisions, delayed by more than five years of acrimonious debate, will take effect next year regardless of the change in presidential administrations.
The federal agency's lawsuit asserts that Navient, formerly a part of Sallie Mae, made repaying student loans more costly and difficult for borrowers.
Republicans in Congress are working to roll back the Affordable Care Act. What its replacement could mean for higher ed and its work force is anybody’s guess.
The case of a Trump aide who bowed out of a White House post after reports that she had plagiarized parts of her dissertation raises questions about what actions an institution can take.
The education-secretary nominee avoided specifics as senators pressed for her positions on issues including student debt, regulations on for-profit-colleges, and Title IX.
She was hospitalized on Monday because of side effects from her treatment, which is nearly complete, according to a statement from her office.
The university's consolidation of its education programs on the Juneau campus has faculty members at Anchorage worried about the future of their own campus.
The president of Vatterott College at Kansas City says he allowed the student to stay in the library on a freezing night.
Mia Karvonides will advise top people at the department’s Office for Civil Rights and will help enforce the federal gender-equity law.
Two news organizations discovered evidence that Monica Crowley had plagiarized parts of a book as well as passages from her doctoral dissertation at Columbia University.
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.
Graduate programs in the sciences serve faculty members, universities, and research agencies very well, says the leader of a committee convened by the National Academies. But too often, students and employers don’t come out ahead.
Physician-scientists are uniquely adept at translating basic discoveries into cures. But graduate programs aren't producing many such scholars.