If popular books trump scholarly monographs, what’s the point of academic publishers?
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Some students who were counting on going to Hampshire College next fall are scrambling to figure out their next move.
Last year was a landmark one for corporate renewable energy adoption and sustainability initiatives. However, these aren’t new endeavors.
Miami University’s Special Collections department is working to make many university publications available — and researchable — online.
The arrest of 129 Indian students in the US for enrolling in a fake university has sparked questions about how they ended up risking their future to study at a little-known institution.
US government funding $7.6 million (£5.9 million) project designed to give policymakers a quick indication of reproducibility
A $5 million donation may seem like small change in the era of Bloomberg's billions. But at community colleges the impact can be dramatic.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the University of Iowa must permanently reinstate a Christian student group as a registered campus organization
The smallest art colleges are struggling in a fiercely competitive market. Why are they showing such signs of stress? And can larger liberal arts colleges learn from their successes and missteps?
A used textbook seller is taking South Carolina’s largest public technical college to federal court alleging it ran a “scam” on its own students by inking a deal with one of the country’s leading textbook publishers.