Rutgers is standing by its incoming athletic director despite allegations she humiliated and verbally abused players during her coaching days ...
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Less than three months after Harvard University administrators admitted to signing off on secret searches in the e-mail accounts of more than a dozen resident deans as part of a cheating investigation, one leader implicated in those controversial searches is stepping down.
The Georgia Institute of Technology’s plan to offer a low-cost online master’s degree to 10,000 students at once creates what may be a first-of-its-kind template for the evolving role of public universities and corporations.
Just as markets over-built housing, mispriced mortgages and bid up prices beyond the real financial capacity of homebuyers, America's colleges and universities have over-expanded and over-priced their product.
A two-year study by the University System of Georgia shows classrooms are empty during most of the week.
France’s National Assembly will this week debate plans to relax laws requiring teaching at universities to be conducted only in French, in a bid to attract more foreign students.
A joint degree run by New York University and the National University of Singapore that awarded a master of laws degree from both universities is being scrapped after just five years, due to poor uptake by students.
A record 6.99 million students – an increase of 190,000 on last year's figure – will graduate from China’s higher education institutions this year.
A steep decline in foreign students coming to study at UK colleges and language schools has prompted fears of a knock-on effect on universities.
A Russian court denied parole for Maria Alyokhina, a jailed member of the Pussy Riot punk band ...