An economics professor at Duke University is defending his and his colleagues’ calls to institute grading curves in science, technology, engineering and mathematics courses in order to recruit more women into those fields, claiming that the “large differences in grading practices [between types of courses] should be evened out.”
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Beer and college often go together. But doubling New York’s beer tax to benefit higher education is up for debate.
As universities help to shoulder the disaster response, experts say the ultimate outcomes from a tragic summer are hard to predict
The US National Security Agency (NSA) has discovered a major flaw in Windows 10 that could have been used by hackers to create malicious software that looked legitimate.
New businesses focused on the marketing rights to the name, image and likeness of college athletes are emerging in anticipation of an NCAA rule change, which has yet to be adopted.
Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe recently said Iran General Qassem Soleimani's killing is "increasingly looking like summary execution."
I was born and raised in Iran, but feel my soul was manufactured in the United States. I felt like an American before I ever stepped foot in this country.
Perth university offers concession ‘in the spirit of moving towards a resolution’ with Gerd Schröder-Turk
The last decade was a big one for artificial intelligence but researchers in the field believe that the industry is about to enter a new phase.
Federal officials have been scrutinizing foreign research ties for evidence of inappropriate influence. Now state lawmakers in Florida will do the same, raising concerns about potentially duplicative oversight.