When Hillary Walter walked across the stage of Purdue University's Elliott Hall earlier this month to accept her diploma for completing a graduate degree, sending the institution a regular check in the mail once she leaves wasn't at the top of her mind.
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Discrimination against Jews and Muslims is on the rise around the world, according to an annual US Department of State report.
Over 1,000 Harvard students want to know how and why Harvard University’s JFK School approved a 2009 doctoral thesis arguing that Hispanics have lower IQs
The Education Department announced Friday that it would push back by a year the deadline for complying with a rule requiring states to authorize colleges within their borders ...
Ball State University has agreed to investigate complaints that a course taught by a physics and astronomy professor has crossed a line from being about science to being about Christianity.
Children are spending more time time reading on computers or other electronic devices than on books, magazines and comics for the first time, according to a study out yesterday.
In his almost two decades as president of the University of Oklahoma, David L. Boren has garnered praise for his fund-raising ability and the way the former U.S. senator has used his political clout to build up the institution.
From top-end “bling” to expensive cars and high-end fashion, the mainland-led demand for luxury products and services in Asia has exploded over the last few years, leaving in its wake a critical shortage of talent.
In an unprecedented arrangement that involves aspects of MOOCs and a major technology company's support, the Georgia Institute of Technology will soon begin offering an online master's degree in computer science at an unusually low cost.
U.S. News & World Report announced Tuesday that it was moving two more colleges to its "unranked" category because the institutions had submitted incorrect information. Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/05/15/another-college-admits-it-gave-us-news-incorrect-data#ixzz2TOqFyyYQ