The tactics used by America's current and potential future enemies are constantly changing. Higher education can help by producing graduates able to work in intelligence communities.
Shadow Higher Education Minister Kim Carr talks to Michelle Grattan about Labor's new higher education policy.
Many people think that the admissions process should take into account the type of school students attended.
Obama's college scorecard could help students be more discerning when choosing colleges. But could it skew information? Will elite colleges rise to the top?
Academia suffers from a stunning lack of diversity. Only 6% of academics in higher education are black. What are some of the experiences of black faculty?
How can the higher education sector guard against proposed transformation measures being merely superficial quick fixes? At least part of the answer may lie in institutional governance.
In the Ashley Madison hack were reports of 74,468 unique ".edu" email addresses. If people chose to use their .edu addresses, what does that tell us about awareness of privacy online?
The future is not bleak as long as the government recognises the importance of and continues investing in science.
It is crucial that institutions around Africa do not shy away from robust and critical debate while continental university rankings take shape.
New research shows a rise in popularity of university majors in health care, law and those linked to jobs in the police and military.
The higher education sector must collaborate to reach out to applicants from poor and diverse backgrounds.
Managing the newest form of academic deceit will require hard work from established academia and a renewed commitment to integrity from university communities.
Do university and college websites give students enough information about how to prevent and respond to sexual assaults on campus? Here's a reality check.
We should stop teaching students to suppress their emotions.
As more foreign aid starts going to higher education, developing countries need to be careful about the direction of travel for their universities.
Policies announced in George Osborne's budget could harm students' access to university and cost the state more.
For decades, higher education in developing countries has not been a priority for international aid donors. That is now changing.
As professors, we must look up from our cosy academic debates and hear the cries around us.
With an increasing percentage of adjunct faculty, tenure and academic freedom are way more complex and nuanced than we realize.
Far from replacing the humanities, business education can embody liberal education in the universities of the future.