Several years ago, Johns Hopkins University quietly abolished an admissions policy that boosted applicants who are relatives of alumni — a shift that sets the Baltimore school apart from many other highly selective colleges and universities that offer what is known as a “legacy” preference.
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Report finds the U.S. is no longer “the uncontested leader in science and engineering,” as other countries have expanded scientific capacity.
IE University in Madrid wanted to grow so, in a crowded city, it decided to build upwards
SB 354 will enable DACA students to receive additional funding to continue their education in graduate school
Just a few weeks before the critical Iowa caucuses, avowedly progressive Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren released a new student debt forgiveness plan, one she says will circumvent Congress in order to erase the debt of millions of Americans.
Landmark College, the first institution for students with learning disabilities, is growing online courses. Here's how they're different.
McDonald’s restaurants and Ivy Tech Community College across Indiana have launched an alliance to make college more affordable and offer training for the workforce that will be shared at more than 300 McDonald’s locations and 18 Ivy Tech campuses with 40 sites.
Google is to restrict the number of advertising cookies on websites accessed via its Chrome browser, in response to calls for greater privacy controls.
Poll of 4,000 researchers reveals half have sought or wanted help for mental health problems, and four in 10 are victims of bullying or harassment
When President Trump held a rally in Battle Creek, MI, last month, Kellogg Community College’s Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer Jorge Zeballos protested outside the arena holding a sign saying, “F**K TRUMP, F**K McConnell, F**K GRAHAM.”