The University of Illinois at Chicago will receive up to $65 million from an investment management firm to help it develop and bring new medications to market.
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After controversy over professor who turned down student request for a recommendation because she planned to study in Israel, Michigan says faculty members should base such decisions "solely on educational and professional reasons," not on politics.
A "Fat Sex Therapist" recently gave a talk at St. Olaf College in Minnesota, in which she compared personal trainers to Nazis.
Analysis of nine European universities finds the ‘innovation’ agenda has taken root – often pushed by students who want to solve the world’s problems
The U.S. Senate voted against the Green New Deal, but its interlinked climate, job and social justice goals are still percolating.
A public library themed on overseas Chinese will open in Chongchuan district, Nantong, East China’s Jiangsu province, on April 29, the first of its kind in China, according to Nantong Daily.
The world’s most gender equal universities, according to THE data, cite data-informed recruitment methods as a key factor in their success
A Japanese university has stopped hiring professors and teachers who light up, officials said Tuesday, as the nation steps up an anti-smoking campaign ahead of the 2020 Olympics.
Two official university divisions at UCLA teamed up to host an event Thursday which introduced students to the art of pole dancing.
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