Compelled to close their campuses to limit the spread of coronavirus, U.S. universities with Chinese branches move at lightning speed to take teaching online.
New Ad Council campaign will tout alternatives to the four-year degree. Led by CEOs of Apple and IBM, the project comes from a White House-convened task force on workforce policy.
UCLA was the first university to openly consider facial recognition technology for security surveillance. The university abandoned that plan, but other colleges may be using the software.
Efforts to invest university endowments in socially responsible companies have yielded promising early results, according to a new report sharing several institutional strategies.
The company's website for sharing course materials is popular with students but a decade ago raised faculty hackles over copyright and enabling cheating. Has its outreach to professors changed the narrative?
Every spring, colleges try new approaches to get the students they have admitted to actually enroll.
The Indian government is opening up the market for fully online degrees, and U.S. companies are poised to be players.
Public universities in several states are obligated to buy furniture and other products made in state prisons, which some students call exploitative.
Almost half of federal student loans are being repaid through more generous income-driven repayment plans, new data show, with 80 percent of government subsidies now going to graduate student borrowers.
During the last decade, historians worked together to commonly define graduates' desired skills, knowledge and "habits of mind." Here's what that "tuning" accomplished -- and where it fell short.