Early career social scientists should be entitled to extensive support from their university long after attaining their doctorate, study says
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Leaders at a new agriculture and technology charter school say it won’t operate as a virtual school after all.
Facebook has suspended a US-based analytics firm while it investigates concerns about the collection and sharing of user data.
When historians look back on the Trump presidency, they'll say that last week was the moment something changed -- the week when uncomfortable questions about Russia moved into the mainstream in a whole new way.
I’m back from a break to continue my column. My leave allowed me to finish my book, "The Battle to Do Good: Inside McDonald’s Sustainability Journey" (Emerald Publishing, due to publish in January).
Can a $49, AI-enabled, take-anywhere English skills test -- created by the developer of a free smartphone language app -- disrupt the crowded world of higher ed language assessment?
A Christian student group kicked off the University of Iowa campus last year for barring a gay student from becoming a leader will be allowed to continue functioning as a registered student organization — despite a UI request it lose that status by the end of June.
Private four-year colleges may be getting real about their institutions’ financial future, to judge by the views of the men and women closest to their balance sheets.
Located in the basement of the K11 Art Mall in downtown Shanghai is Ratio, a new pop-up store that operates as a cafe by day and cocktail bar by night.
At least three congressional candidates have been targeted by hackers ahead of the US mid-term elections, according to Microsoft.