To attract new talent and sustain growth, traditional parks are planning ambitious overhauls.
Nearly one-quarter of respondents to a survey of NCAA colleges said their institutions did not properly teach players about the risk of head injuries.
Tough new restrictions on travel to countries stricken by the virus have some infectious-disease workers, on campuses and off, worried.
The under secretary of education gets an earful from a crowd at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ annual meeting.
Several university-based copyright experts say the court ruling is not as bad as it might seem for campuses' electronic-reserve systems.
The University of Colorado’s philosophy department wanted to be an example of how to make the field more civil toward women. Instead, some say, it's become a scapegoat.
An appeals court said an earlier decision had misapplied fair-use standards in finding that the university did not violate copyright law.
By Marc Parry
CUNY’s Corey Robin has provided a constant stream of online analysis, muckraking, and megaphone-ready incitement.
By Robert Warrior
For instance, can a university claim to subscribe to principles of academic freedom and then ignore them?
By Beckie Supiano and Soo Oh
The government publishes net prices students in different income bands pay. That should help prospective students—but colleges don't report their data the same way.
By Beckie Supiano
Now that the government provides data on what families at various income levels pay, it’s tempting to make comparisons. But you might be taking an apple for an orange.
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