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A shared learning management system gives greater opportunity for collaboration, standardization and staff learning.
A proposal by The California State University to mandate a fourth-year quantitative course for college admission may hinder enrollment.
Enhancing acoustics and reducing background noise in college learning environments helps promote student success.
A few pop culture-related courses being offered at colleges and universities.
Campus teams responsible for teaching students about financial literacy—and improving cohort default rates—are getting support through financial wellness training and certification programs.
Higher ed institutions focus on contemporary etiquette to ready students for the workforce.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Meyerhoff Scholars Program fosters success among its underrepresented minorities in STEM through a combination of mentorship and programming.
A new survey explores the relationship between students and faculty based on the use of emoji in digital exchanges—with instructors who use them perceived as warmer and more influential
New study by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine sheds light on how public health-focused higher ed institutions have some work to do with their maternity and paternity benefits.
A Q&A with Beverly Magda, associate provost of strategic partnerships at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Pennsylvania.
Jann Luciana Joseph (pictured) will replace Interim President Mary Beth Walker on July 1.
Student-athlete centers are evolving beyond academic guidance to help in achieving post-graduation success.
LendEDU study of to what level students are responsible for covering the costs of their postsecondary education
Prosecutors say some students were admitted at elite colleges on the basis of falsified test scores and athletic credentials.
The best college website designs involve keeping websites fresh and user-friendly and can be accomplished by following a few key practices.
A roundup of events for college and university leaders.
“I believe we are here to impact as many lives around the world as we can, [and be] a model for others, inspire others,” says Marc Levin, who now leads MUIH.
A North Carolina House bill, which includes the funding, does not specify how it will be divided across the college system.
Thomas S. Hibbs will be the first alum to lead Dallas’ Roman Catholic university.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says the state bond proposal is a way to invest in better schools from kindergarten through college as well as to improve other critical infrastructure.
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