President Donald Trump is violating free speech laws by blocking critics on Twitter, a New York federal appeals court has ruled.
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Uclan joins University of Cape Town in adopting rules to stamp out export of unethical research practices to poorer countries
Australians’ studies are being undermined either by financial stress or the jobs they take to help manage that stress, a new suggests.
A California professor is found guilty of stealing critical military technology and handing it over to China.
“Soft skills” like communication, problem-solving, group collaboration and team management are becoming increasingly important in the business world, and the University of Iowa is aiming to personalize its approach for teaching them to executives on the job.
Instagram believes its new anti-bullying tool, which prompts users to pause and consider what they are saying, could help curb abuse on the platform.
Arizona State is building a blockchain-powered platform to share student records between community colleges and universities. Will other institutions embrace it?
The University of California, Berkeley has a specialized program that safeguards illegal immigrant students and faculty while teaching them how to hide from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Lawmakers consider expanding Pell Grants to short-term job training, with backing from community colleges and business groups, while critics question the payoff for short-term programs.
The organizations that run the nation’s two major college entrance exams brag about a robust and ever-expanding security system meant to block would-be cheaters: Tightly controlled testing rooms with photos required to get in, strict scripts for test administrators, seating charts and more.