Scientists are "very worried" that the melting of the Greenland ice sheet could accelerate and raise sea levels more than expected.
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Universities in India should introduce a charter mark for gender equality that originated in the UK to help boost the number of women working in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine, according to a new report.
New Mexico has nearly three dozen higher education institutions, which together absorb about $750 million of this year’s general fund budget and service more than 100,000 students.
Divisions within the journal’s editorial board, sparked by an article on transgenderism, lead to the resignations of top editors and suspension of associate editorial board.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has quit, reportedly in protest at an organisational shake-up.
The notion of cities switching completely to solar, wind, hydro and other renewable energy sources long has seemed fanciful.
Northland College in Ashland is cutting ties with the fossil fuel industries that most scientists who study climate say are spurring global climate change
Tough new consumer protection measures could soon be introduced to make it easier for students to sue universities that do not deliver promised levels of teaching.
Student aid advocates didn’t find much to like in a House education appropriations bill released last week -- lawmakers removed billions from the Pell Grant surplus while taking no significant steps to improve college access.