Peter Mulryan's little sister may lie buried among the bones of babies and toddlers found in the sewers of what was once a home for unmarried mothers in the Irish town of Tuam, but he wants to know for sure.
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NYU’s push to help students graduate in under four years leaves questions about who it helps and how much of a difference it can make at one of the country’s most expensive universities.
With Iowa’s public universities scrambling to cut millions from their budgets after massive pullbacks in state support, one University of Iowa professor is pitching a new funding and governance model for the Board of Regents institutions that would give them more autonomy.
New York and Washington states join Hawaii in legal challenge against President Trump’s new travel ban
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Several of the tech firms whose products have been allegedly compromised by the CIA have given their first reactions to the claims.
A new analysis of authorship data from journal papers across several subjects and countries has given a wide view of what progress has been made on gender equality for researchers over the last 20 years.
Effort gains backers and appears to build momentum, but some scientists worry that political fallout may not be what organizers want.
Malaysian activist Bill Kayong fought to save native forest lands from logging and oil palm development.
All Tennessee high schools are now eligible to send electronic transcript data of current or recent students among all 649 high schools, Tennessee’s higher education institutions, Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (TSAC) for Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship eligibility ...