At a San Francisco gala in March 2014, Stanford University President John Hennessy accepted an award for the school’s “Advancement in U.S.-China Relations.”
Facebook says it mistakenly let 5,000 developers gather information from people's profiles after a time limit on their rights had expired.
‘Unprecedented’ financial pressure on university budgets should result in reduced subscription charges, says UUK-Jisc group
Facebook has launched a new chatbot that it claims is able to demonstrate empathy, knowledge and personality.
Facebook has added a wave of new video-calling features to WhatsApp, Messenger and its main app, following increased demand for social video calling.
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, solution providers are offering colleges and universities resources, services and teaching materials at no charge
The eight institutions that make up the Ivy League enjoy endowments totaling $140 billion, yet the federal government has allocated nearly $54 million to the wealthy private schools as part of the recent CARES Act.
As more colleges and universities continue to be affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, higher education solution providers have stepped up by rolling out free college management software and other resources for administrators along with various faculty resources, such as free college courses and tutoring services.
In a move consumer groups said was long overdue, the Department of Veterans Affairs took aim at Temple, Phoenix and three other universities, saying they've misled prospective students.
Apple has agreed to settle a long-running class-action case in the US over allegations it deliberately slowed down older iPhones.