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Last week, in my column 50 Shades of Brown, I posited that the sustainability community needs Nixon-goes-to-China-like disruptive leadership in order to catalyze the kind of nonlinear, exponential rate of shift to clean energy that we need in order to save the planet.
Despite the debacle at Mount St. Mary's, some presidential search committees are likely to continue to seek out candidates without traditional academic careers, experts say.
Christine Ortiz is setting out to break the mold with a radical approach to higher education.
A federal magistrate-judge in New York City has ruled that the U.S. government can't force Apple to hack an iPhone to investigate a drug dealer.
China’s lucrative black market for fish parts is threatening the vaquita, the world’s most endangered marine mammal.
North Korean students who have defected to South Korea are to be sent on a study abroad programme to Australia to improve their English, amid wider concerns that defectors fail to succeed in education after escaping from the Pyongyang regime.
State regulators, not the federal government, were in the best position to crack down on Donald Trump's now-defunct educational venture, which has become a hot campaign issue.
Chicago State University sent notices of potential layoffs to all of its 900 employees Friday, yet another sign of the escalating budget crisis for the Far South Side public institution that stems from the state's budget impasse.
Online group of scholars of planning and geography divided over one professor’s sexist humor – and how others reacted to it.