After downing a double dose of NyQuil to fight a cold, the young woman woke in a man’s dormitory room with a vague memory of someone being on top of her, but no recollection of sexual contact.
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Two Kent State University professors frustrated by the lack of analytical data on the evolution of their discipline have compiled all of the field’s doctoral dissertations into a database to track growth and changes in the field.
When it comes to controversies about curriculum, textbook content and academic standards, Texas is the state that keeps on giving.
Asian economies can draw on the demographic advantages of a youthful population in some countries, a growing middle-class, an expanding services sector and creative industries to leapfrog more advanced countries and take the lead in the “knowledge-based economy of the future”
The online-learning collaborative edX, a partnership between Harvard University and MIT, is expanding its reach beyond higher education and will begin offering courses geared toward high school students.
In recent years the American Council on Education has experimented with issuing credit recommendations for online courses from non-college providers, sometimes sounding more like Silicon Valley than One Dupont
Launching a critical new phase in developing the Internet of the future, UCLA will host a consortium of universities and leading technology companies to promote the development and adoption of Named Data Networkin
Agents are becoming a feature of Australia’s domestic higher education sector, driven by new business challenges and “earn or learn” welfare rules.
Purdue University on Thursday introduced a competency degree program, putting students in control of their education.
The broad public policy push for more Americans to get a higher education leans heavily on the idea that those without a college degree are up a creek ...