A Princeton University columnist bashed an a cappella group's performance of a song from Disney's "The Little Mermaid," during which the group instructs a male and female member to kiss.
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The University of Dayton is ending academic operations at its China Institute after investing more than $14 million over six years in the venture.
The question of how a university leader should respond to divisive national and international political developments has become particularly pertinent in recent years.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, will test its drone delivery service in Finland next year, it has announced.
Business schools have a unique opportunity — or obligation — to educate leaders in sustainability. Fifteen years ago, Presidio Graduate School launched one of the first MBA programs in sustainable management, in which each course from finance to operations to marketing has triple-bottom-line sustainability at its core.
The Minerva Project's big contribution to higher education might not be its vision of an elite, global university, but the groundbreaking curriculum it hopes to export to universities around the world.
The Trump administration is considering new background checks and other restrictions on Chinese students in the United States over growing espionage concerns, U.S. officials and congressional sources said.
America may get its most intimate look yet inside Robert Mueller's secretive Russia investigation in the next four days, with a series of disclosures that have the potential to be greatly damaging for President Donald Trump.
Princeton University's "Science After Feminism" course will explore whether science is "gendered, racialized, ableist or classist."
As electric cars and trucks appear increasingly on U.S. highways, it raises the question: When will commercially viable electric vehicles take to the skies?