Subscribe to University Business
Web replica of the print magazine.
The Biden Administration events over the next few months hope to be a driver for economic change and educational opportunities.
Non-tenure and adjunct faculty want better compensation or they say they will be willing to walk out on Wednesday.
The rates of overdoses in the United States continue to rise exponentially among young adults.
Several hundred instructors plan to walk out next week if their demands aren’t met by administrators.
The healthy initiatives, which are rewarded nationally each year, have many benefits for students and institutions.
Through Project Serv, colleges and universities can get grants that can make campuses more secure and provide care for students.
In a nod to frustrated faculty, the University of Oregon is giving them more power as pandemic numbers improve.
Tebow, Swift, Jeong, Biden and Fauci are just a few of the big names slated to deliver speeches at this year's ceremonies.
Rutgers leaders unveil how they handled the nuances of the pandemic and some of the lessons they learned over the past two years.
Three donors pledge a total of $100 million to help launch new facilities, student residences and library.
Tyler Perry, John Leguizamo and Ken Burns are among the popular early choices as others weigh options before May.
A new partnership between national health provider and suicide prevention leader will help boost care for institutions.
Forgot your password?
Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive mail with link to set new password.
Back to login