It’s the forgotten topic in American college sports–intramurals. Read more here.
Monthly Archive: July 2022
Baylor represents a cautionary tale. Read the editorial position taken by The New York Times.
This long-simmering story has led to actions by the BU Board of Trustees. Read more here.
Politicians want students to speed up matriculation, to graduate in four years. But what’s the trade-off for students and their …
UMass becomes the first public university to divest. Read more here.
What we like to think about the value of college degree doesn’t always align with today’s reality. Read this provocative …
It’s really sad,” said commencement speaker, Maria Elena Salinas, anchor for Spanish-language network, Univision. “Our country is really divided.” Read more.
“It would be burdensome to be that transparent,” Edward Schneider, Executive Director. Read more here.
“We’re doing what a good university should do.” Is George Mason U. an example?
Ronald Daniels, president of the Johns Hopkins University, provides a sobering–sometimes shocking–assessment of what he sees as a turn-of-affairs in American higher education …
In the May issue of NATURE, David Sarewitz of Arizona State makes a case for “selective publishing.”
Grad School faculty don’t want administrators to use info about faculty productivity in major decisions. The vote was 114 to 2. Read …
Interpretations are from USA Today.
Caveat emptor is the conclusion of The Nation in this new investigative report.
Read why in an article published recently in Inside Higher Education.