A number of former student athletes want the NCAA to share in the skyrocketing revenues earned from television deals, video games, marketing schemes and other money-generating ventures using their images and likenesses.
The secretary of the Department of Homeland Security was at Drexel University Tuesday to announce the six universities that will become part of a new program to improve safety and security at the nation’s colleges.
As social networks continue to advance and meld into aspects of everyday life, the academic world is determining the way in which these digital tools can work to educational advantage in correlation with conventional methods.
The Pennsylvania College of Technology and the American University Washington College of Law have selected the Desire2Learn Learning Suite to empower learners with new technologies, including online programs, mobile and analytics offerings that improve their learning experience.
Cleveland State University's distinctive, plastic-corkscrew wind turbine, mounted atop the southeast corner of Progressive Field, was removed last week because it was damaged – ironically from the wind.
Manufacturers are hoping to benefit from a $13 million federal grant to a group of community and technical colleges in central Minnesota. The grant will help close a gap between employer needs and the training that potential workers can obtain.
I have found food to be the solution to most problems in life. Hungry? Eat. Tired? Eat. Upset? Eat. Need to celebrate? Eat. Now, food also seems to be the answer to recent budget cuts in public financing for universities.
Almost four out of 10 Oklahoma high school alumni who enroll in the state's higher education system the fall after graduation take at least one developmental course as college freshmen, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education data show.