Proposals to mandate open access monographs from 2024 will make it harder to publish and will limit career chances
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The Indian government is opening up the market for fully online degrees, and U.S. companies are poised to be players.
Two and a half years. That is how long the Antonin Scalia Professorship of Law has gone unfilled at Harvard Law School, even as the administration announced this month that the first batch of the late Supreme Court justice’s papers were available to the public.
Encourage your students to use their phones to lock into—rather than tune out—class
Amazon boss Jeff Bezos has pledged $10bn (£7.7bn) to help fight climate change.
Harvard professor Cornel West recently called Trump a "neo-fascist gangster" during a Sanders campaign rally.
Alliance Defending Freedom is threatening to sue the University of Wisconsin-River Falls over an incident that took place in 2019.
Public universities in several states are obligated to buy furniture and other products made in state prisons, which some students call exploitative.
A judge on Wednesday voided the settlement that requires UNC Chapel Hill to pay $2.5 million and give the Silent Sam Confederate monument to the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Facebook has removed two separate networks of fake accounts originating in Iran and Russia, for "engaging in foreign or government interference".