Like many Chinese students, Snowy Chen had no intention of going to college in China.
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Whether colleges file for bankruptcy or wind down in other ways, closing is a complex, costly affair -- and the process doesn’t assure any support for professors or employees who may have worked without pay.
A recent outbreak of a deadly fish parasite on the Yellowstone River may have seemed unremarkable.
Fixing problems in the academic job market by reducing the number of PhDs would homogenise the sector, argues Tom Cutterham
Fewer than one in five professors at Dutch universities are women, a study on the Netherlands’ “ruthlessly thick” glass ceiling has revealed.
Frank Morton has been breeding lettuce since the 1980s. His company offers 114 varieties, among them Outredgeous, which last year became the first plant that NASA astronauts grew and ate in space.
The UK college owned by FTSE 100 company Pearson is aiming to be a “boutique university” that is limited in size, with plans to help the wider company implement its “strategic direction” in education rather than compete directly with universities.
Members of the Modern Language Association’s Delegate Assembly are set to debate a resolution to endorse the boycott of Israeli universities.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposed a plan to offer free tuition at state colleges and universities for income eligible New Yorkers.
The organizers of President-elect Donald Trump's inaugural parade released a list of the groups who have accepted invitations to perform.