Sea level rise and more severe storms are overwhelming U.S. coastal communities, causing billions of dollars in damage and essentially bankrupting the federal flood insurance program.
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An offer of free tuition for some New York students has officials from area colleges wondering how much it will cost Northeast Pennsylvania.
As Robert Muir-Wood sees it, there’s a basic flaw in how cities perceive disaster risk.
Rather than build its own brick-and-mortar branch campuses, the University of Arizona is embarking on a plan to open more than 25 “microcampuses” at international partner universities over the next three years ...
China and Vietnam will expand intelligence sharing and case investigations in the fight against rampant cross-border trafficking of women, a senior Ministry of Public Security official said.
How Facebook censors what its users see has been revealed by internal documents, the Guardian newspaper says.
Last September, the NCAA started circulating a “presidential pledge” intended to deal with a problem that continues to rankle college sports: Diversity in hiring.
Australian vice-chancellors have unanimously opposed government proposals to cut university funding and increase tuition fees, while concerns have also been raised about plans to introduce performance-based funding for teaching.
Colleges (and nontraditional providers) experiment with income-share agreements as innovation that could help some people afford education and training.
It’s been a rough couple of months for those of us who particularly enjoy living on a habitable planet.