Learn innovative ideas for the future of higher education in this Q&A with David J. Staley, director of the Humanities Institute and an associate professor of history at The Ohio State University. Read more>>
What’s one piece of advice you can offer campus administrators about purchasing a cyber insurance policy that they are unlikely to find elsewhere, or that they may find but not follow when they should? Read more>>
The Treasury Department proposed rules for a tax on the endowments of private colleges and universities, but higher education experts say the guidelines raise questions more than they provide answers. Read more>>
“Biker Lust.” “The Book of Studs.” “Astrogay.” The John Hay Library at Brown University seems more suited to stately, leather-bound tomes than books with titles like those. But the university keeps almost 5,000 paperbacks in its gay pulp fiction archive. Read more>>
Allen Wilen, chief restructuring officer for Philadelphia Academic Health System LLC, says the move will facilitate a restructuring or sale of St. Christopher’s, allowing it to remain in full operation. Read more>>
In the heart of the Arkansas Delta lies Lee County, a rural area with a deep history. Cotton, an industry sustained by slaves and, later, African American sharecroppers, once ruled Lee County. Read more>>
Upswing, an education technology startup, is partnering with Claflin University, a historically black college and university and Upswing’s 11th HBCU partner, to connect the university’s online students with campus support resources.