An academic who battled for almost five years to get his research into a journal has spoken out about the problems with publishing interdisciplinary science.
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Hundreds of protesters gathered on the Amherst campus of Hampshire College, waving American flags as they demanded that the school bring back the flag that had flown over the campus until this month.
Singapore is scrambling to recover nine armored troop carriers that have been impounded in Hong Kong for almost a week after they were used in a military training exercise in Taiwan.
Lane College president Dr. Logan Hampton caught a bright red Union University t-shirt at halftime of the women’s basketball game between the Lady Bulldogs and Lady Dragons
Udacity and some boot camps offer money-back guarantees despite state bans on job-placement promises in higher education. But some say the offers are a form of risk sharing worth considering.
We live in a world burdened by large-scale problems that refuse to go away: the refugee crisis; terrorism; rising sea levels; frequent floods, droughts and wildfires; not to mention persistent inequality and violation of basic human rights across the world.
A white nationalist whose recent speech in the nation's capital drew Nazi salutes is slated to speak at Texas A&M University next month, eliciting anger and widespread calls for the university to call off the event.
Reforms in education have focused largely on primary and secondary schools.
Some doctorate earners emerge with high levels of debt, while a growing number have none. For a plurality, teaching assistantships are top source of revenue, but that's not the case for most other disciplines.
Men in academia are at a higher risk of anxiety, depression and burnout from “impostor syndrome” than their female peers, according to a new study.