Twenty-one college-aged students were taken by ambulance from the Miami University area to hospitals for alcohol-related problems last weekend, a spike that is causing concern among city and university officials.
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A new app aimed at mothers has launched in London and New York, aimed at helping mums build friendships.
Elsevier has restored access to German research institutions that have been cut off from its journals since the new year after negotiations over a new contract broke down.
Community college students are penalized to the tune of $3 million to $7 million in extra tuition and fees when transferring to the University of Connecticut, a 2015 study shows.
Despite higher education's progressive reputation, new research shows a stubborn pay gap between women and men who are administrators.
One tech firm wants to capitalize on President Trump's Twitter trolling -- and save puppies in the process.
Florida A&M University interim president Larry Robinson will be attending a summit this month on historically black colleges and universities with President Trump’s staff and Republican lawmakers.
A US district judge in Virginia has ruled that President Donald Trump's executive order barring entry from seven countries is unconstitutional.
In 2014, author and TEDx speaker Giselle Weybrecht posted one short idea a day for 100 days exploring how we could rethink business education to produce the leaders that our business and the planet need.
Academics are keen observers of the absurd in their professional lives – or so their many ironic, often gallows-humor social media accounts suggest.