Women are less effective at bargaining monetary benefits but have more success when they feel supported by professors, says study
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A federal judge has upheld the University of Missouri’s ban on carrying concealed guns on campus.
Around 100 Harvard students walked out of a speech featuring an Israeli ambassador.
Carnegie Mellon University has signed an open-access deal with Elsevier -- the first of its kind for the publisher in the U.S.
Virginia Commonwealth University is testing a new pilot program this semester to track student class attendance using a novel method: WiFi connections.
The Education Department for the first time has released earnings data for thousands of college programs at all degree levels. What do they show?
Emily and Kullen Langston were enrolling in classes for the winter semester at Brigham Young University-Idaho when they hit an unexpected roadblock.
Academics are ‘putting in a lot of effort’ to ensure students are not harmed by shutdown
A professor from George Washington University has a new book just in time for Thanksgiving, explaining the dangers posed by the "myth" of the First Thanksgiving.
As the issue of college affordability continues to be a prominent talking point on the campaign trail ahead of the 2020 presidential election, a new study shows that the cost of a college education is still increasing at a rate that far outpaces inflation.