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How the Largest Higher-Ed Strike in U.S. History Blew Up Finals

Inside a campus coffee shop at the University of California at Los Angeles, students were hunched over laptops on white plastic tables, armed...

Is It Time to Pay Peer Reviewers?

Peer review didn’t always feel like a burden, Jonas R. Kunst said. Kunst, a professor of cultural and community psychology at the University...

Stanford Is Investigating Its Own President Over Research-Misconduct Allegations

Stanford University’s board of trustees is overseeing an investigation into the university’s president, Marc Tessier-Lavigne, over allegations that neurobiology papers that he co-authored...

Friendships Can Heal Campus Divisions, Study Finds, and Administrators Play a Big Role

The answer to quelling the political and social warring among students today might lie in a simple Aristotelian philosophy: Friendship is essential to...

The Scholarly Skill Almost No One Is Teaching

David Moher is painfully aware that the academic-publishing model is in trouble. As director of the Center for Journalology in Ottawa, Canada, Moher...

This Professor Joined a Sorority. Now She’s Written a Book About the Enduring Appeal of Greek Life.

When Jana Mathews became an assistant professor of English at Rollins College, she initially struggled to connect with her students. As a specialist...

How Regional Public Colleges Benefit Their Communities

Many regional public colleges were hit hard by the pandemic. At a few such institutions, enrollment declines and financial distress have been so...

America’s Ph.D. Production Experienced Its Steepest Drop on Record

The number of doctorates awarded by American universities fell 5.4 percent in 2021, according to the latest Survey of Earned Doctorates, making it...

A Prominent Scholar Was Fired. Neither She Nor Her Institution Will Say Exactly Why.

The University of Colorado at Boulder is under fire for ousting a prominent scholar whose supporters accuse the institution of a lack of...

Students’ Trust in Their Colleges Held Steady During Covid’s Early Days, Study Finds

Despite widespread frustration caused by the sudden shift to online learning in the spring of 2020, a new study shows that most students’...

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