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Changing face of the community college

Eight years ago administrators laying plans for Guttman Community College in New York City set a goal: This school would not be like so...

Free tuition movement barely on community college’s radar

Community colleges have been in the news during the current election cycle, due to plans by some politicians—including President Obama and Sen. Bernie Sanders—who...

Academic imprints advance in higher ed

Officials at the University of Missouri in 2012 looked at the business troubles of its academic press and decided the most prudent path forward...

Concussion crackdown in higher ed athletics

Fans at a University of New Haven football game might notice an odd sideline sight: medical personnel with their heads hunched over smartphones. But...

Infographic: College sports with highest concussion rates

Wrestling, ice hockey and football have the highest concussion rates among men's sports. Ice hockey, field hockey and lacrosse top the list for women....

Trademarks: Easy money for higher education?

While trademark would not generally be considered scholarly material that is serving the public good, the $4.6 billion a year it generates for institutions...

Maximizing the ROI of intellectual property

In terms of making money from inventions, New York University does pretty well. In 2013 it earned $214 million from intellectual property (IP) created...

Adaptive learning thrives best among other technologies

A recent report suggests that while new technologies enable adaptive learning to play a major role in the future of higher ed, most instructors...

Eight states continue recession-era funding cuts

As the long-lasting effects of the Great Recession slowly fade, most states have begun rescinding cuts made to public higher education since 2008.  Eight states,...

Enrollment yields becoming ever harder to meet

A decline in high school graduates and students applying to more institutions are what one expert sees as the two main reasons more colleges...

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