Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall in Texas as a Category 4 hurricane on Aug. 25, has destroyed many towns along the Gulf Coast, dumping massive amounts rain over Texas and Louisiana. While the storm may have left, flooding continues—and thousands
Higher education’s image problems include skepticism about the value of research conducted at public universities. And research on climate change often is viewed through a partisan lens, with many Republicans questioning the underlying science and even the problem’s existence. Against
The Charles Koch Foundation’s annual giving to higher education has jumped in recent years — from $12.7 million in 2012 to $44 million in 2015 — and faculty concerns about the libertarian group’s campus influence have grown proportionately. The site of most
Collaboration is hard — so much so that while a majority of campus business officials think their college or university should share back-office functions with other institutions, fewer than one in four say their leaders have seriously considered doing so,
Despite what might be said while discussing today’s current political climate, higher education does not exist in a bubble. Higher education is twisted and pulled in many directions by local issues that play out in the economy, housing and transportation
The anonymous marking of exam scripts has little impact on closing the achievement gap between students of different genders and ethnicities, new research suggests. Many universities have introduced blind marking in recent years in response to the underperformance of undergraduates
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