The author of a new book on affirmative action in higher education discusses how colleges might still be able to become more diverse now that affirmative action has been banned.
Inclusive postsecondary education programs help students with intellectual disabilities make friends and become independent adults.
Politicians talk about how they want to see more Indigenous graduates but we don’t often hear from Indigenous students about their experiences. New research talks to four young Indigenous men.
A new report from the Modern Language Association shows an unprecedented drop in the study of foreign languages among college students.
Australian university applicants are sticking to their preferred fields of study, despite dramatic changes to student fees in 2021.
Migrants to the US say they need a map to help them navigate the world of higher education.
New analysis finds if Australian universities were treated like Australian schools, they would gain 11% in funding per year.
University enrolments, research output and revenue tripled or more in the three decades to 2019. This growth brought benefits as well as problems.
Most states permit government officials to donate unclaimed bodies to medical schools, with no legal requirement for prior approval from the deceased or their next of kin.
A major higher education review is suggesting Australia puts a levy on international student fees.
The African university cannot be created through changing the intellectual lens and basis alone. Political action is key.
Online discourse about female victims of sexual harassment in Nigeria shows negative attitudes towards the victims.
As part of the new employment white paper the federal government has announced it is thinking seriously about a national skills passport.
Diversity programs benefit schools and students in multiple ways, research shows.
While it’s widely believed that Howard University came to be known as “The Mecca” in the 1960s, new evidence shows the nickname is more than half a century older than that.
Higher education institutions are not explicitly included within the UK’s anti-money laundering regulations.
COVID-19 radically shifted the way we work and learn. It presented an opportunity for institutions to rethink the future of higher education. But, what does this future look like?
A lecturer in English literature gets her students to examine children’s books through the lens of race, class and sexuality.
There is increasing alarm over the lack of progress around sexual harassment and assault on Australian university campuses. Much of the focus so far has been on students but staff are also at risk.
An increase in anti-Asian hate incidents during the pandemic contributed to a rise in depression among Asian and Asian American college students, a study found.