Last week, CDP unveiled its annual A List of "the world's businesses leading on environmental performance," as the nonprofit group explains.
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U of Illinois Faculty Senate is considering what to do about students who want to disrupt classes over political disagreements with professor.
With tens of thousands of dollars in student debt, some law school grads are unable to pass the bar to become lawyers. Are their law schools to blame?
While competency-based education is spreading gradually, interest and optimism about it remain high, and experts say careful growth is best.
As artificial intelligence becomes both more useful and more widespread, workers everywhere are becoming anxious about how a new age of automation might affect their career prospects.
Government pressing ahead with English legislation – despite majority of responses to its own consultation giving thumbs down to planned fee cap
A Duke University official stepped down Saturday after her email telling international students to "commit to using English 100% of the time" sparked outrage online.
One day last August, I was on a ride-along with the Border Patrol when we received a signal from one of Uncle Sam’s motion detectors: Illegal aliens were advancing towards the Rio Grande. We arrived at the scene within minutes. Unfortunately, they were already gone.
Office for Students expresses concern that offers ‘with strings attached’ may limit students’ opportunities, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds
The University of Illinois - Springfield is set to host an event on February 13 titled “Sanctuary Healthcare for All: Public Health Protecting the Rights of Immigrants and Marginalized People.”