The GOP presidential nominee floated a plan that surprised policy experts. Some of them lamented the lateness and the lack of substance of his ideas.
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.
The president of the union representing the workers says the deal accomplished all of their goals, which included increased wages and the preservation of current health-care costs.
College housing’s student workers have long been relied on to resolve roommate disputes, but the heightened enforcement of the federal gender-equity law has made them key reporters of sexual violence.
Georgia’s university system skipped a formal search in selecting a controversial state politician to run Kennesaw State University. Professors are fighting the move to keep it from happening again.
Tim Trainor, interim president of the Roman Catholic institution in Maryland, says he needs to steady the ship, calm faculty fears, and rebuild trust after the tumultuous tenure of his predecessor.
Nervousness over the economy and questions about the value of a college degree have contributed to growing expectations that colleges must make career services a priority. This special report on innovation examines some of the career-counseling efforts underway — by colleges, start-ups, and collaborations between the two. See the entire issue here.
Examples from innovative colleges suggest that one key step in improving career prospects is for colleges and employers to collaborate in deeper ways.
After a conservative speaker faced off with protesters at DePaul University last year, the campus’s leaders have struggled to find the right response.